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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 1

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

Average user rating

Review #15: Para mi gusto un punto por debajo de su hermano pequeño el Petit Coronas,excesivamente plano en su desarrollo aunque con una innegable calidad y belleza. - Submitted by lamarralegendaria on December 26, 2006

Review #14: I feel nostalgic talking about the Tubos No. 1 because it was the first cigar i smoked, so it can't have been that bad. As a first cigar, I couldn't appreciate it as much but upon further testing I would say it is OK. It is good value fo money and worht trying for a first cigar. However, you do get what you pay for and for an exqusite smoke you'd have to pay more. But this gives a nice chocolatey flavour and I would recommend it. Not the best, although it doesn't profess to be- it's just a nice, pleasant cigar suitable for any occasion. Vive Che!!!! - Submitted by El Che on October 24, 2006

Review #13: I picked up one of these in the tube and didn't know what to expect since I had never had a Bolivar. I would say the first 1/3 of this smoke was where it was at for me. It was a little on the strong side in the area of smoke. It sort of burned my nostrils at first, but once I adjusted my draw, it was nice and spicy. Whatever that taste is that makes a Cuban cigar a Cuban, its in there. I could taste hints of chocalate- this one went well with a cub of coffee. Unfortunately the cigar I had began to burn unevenly toward the second half. Not a big problem, I still enjoyed it! I bet if I would have given this a little more time in the humidor it would have been just right. - Submitted by deitrich on August 10, 2006

Review #12: When I trid to this vitol, it involves various problems. First of all, that was too young. Maybe.. My 1st Boli must needs humidication until light it. On the other hand..there's a terrible(!) experience that I do. For exam..poorly uneven burn, harsh smoke for lack of aging. Will be try to Boli Belicoso Finos. - Submitted by LubCuban on February 8, 2006

Review #11: The night I've smoked these gems was also the night I've smoked the Trinidad Reyes. And I enjoyed the Bolivar tubos No. 1 even more! An outrageously underestimated cigar. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on January 3, 2006

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