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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 1

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #20: Very nice Bolivar flavours here. Perhaps not as good as the mareva (Tubos #2), but impressive nonetheless. I don't usually give Tubos the time of day but the Boli #1 and #2 will help to change anyones' mind. Nice tannins. Spice. Leather. A very mild Cuban twang. Perhaps not as pronounced as the #2. Surprising balance. The cedar lining in the tube gives it that perfect amount of cedar taste and aroma. Typical Bolivar aromas. - Submitted by cookj1 on November 12, 2008

Review #19: Flawless wrapper,lots of grey smoke,nice smell..found it had a bit of ceder taste to start.Then about halfway the spices started to kick in,couldn't quite put my finger on what type..it had me guessing.Anyway I purchased only two tubes to try them.What really disappointed me was that they burned a little too quick.They only lasted an hour and for what they sell'em for I expected at least an hour and a half.But hey, everything else is positive. - Submitted by ironstomach on July 13, 2008

Review #18: The first time I smoked a Bolivar was about ten years ago and I wasn't too impressed with them at that time and now I know why. I had bought a box of 25's' Royal Corona' and due to a lack of experience I smoked the whole box within a year, before letting them aged. Last week I ran thru a half box of Tubos No 1 at a downtown cigar shop and at my great surprise the manufacture date was August 2002 and I decided to buy them all for another try with the Bolivar. That was clearly a wise choice. This time with the proper ageing years the two different experiences were like day and night. Of course I can said that it tasted leather, some dark chocolate, and even earth, but the most impressive feeling was the uniqueness of a true Bolivar feeling which is FULL BODY. If I have only one thing to say to a future smoker of Bolivar cigar I will said patience and time and never rush the moment to smoke any good cigar. It is a very good cigar and I would like to give it 5 stars but then it cannot be the best cigar on earth. I recommend a minimum of three years for ageing. - Submitted by ferlies on April 27, 2008

Review #17: Before praising the cigar, let me praise the vitola: I love the corona, I think it's the perfect cigar because it has the right lenght/gauge ratio, so it delivers the perfect amount of smoke with every puff. More, you can smoke it all day, just changing strenght and brand, while you may find some difficulty in selecting a double corona or a piramide for the morning smoke or a panetela for the after dinner. Coming to this cigar, the first thing I have to say is that you can never go wrong with Bolivar, if you like the brand taste. Don't leave the tube mislead you, it's not used to cover faults: this is a true Bolivar, with all the classic earthy taste from the first puff. Draw and construction are perfect, as always, so the stick burns evenly without having to relight. It shows some strenght evolution, becoming fuller in the second part, although it hasn't a big nicotine punch. The flavour remains clean and consistent to the very last puff, you can burn your fingers without even notice you've gone so far! This cigar is a real pleasure. - Submitted by sasha on September 6, 2007

Review #16: Just finished one of these and thorouly enjoyed it. A good even burn throughout (I hate it when the middle burns quicker than the circumference or you get a burn that too rigorously follows the line of the leaf wrapper). No need for a relight. Started quite mildly with the flavours building through the smoke, becoming more complex and spicy. Will definately try again! An ideal compliment to a glass or two of good quality rum as the sun goes down. - Submitted by paul burrows on August 5, 2007

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