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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 #10: My first Cuban Boli.I was a little disappointed.Due to what I've read about this brand,I expected it to have a stronger flavor.However,this was a very good smoke with lots of chocalatey spice.A little pricy also,but worth a try. - Submitted by afuentelover on December 23, 2005

Review #9: So far, so good. I've smoked 11 of these during the past few weeks. The overall build quality has been excellent, and the burn has been quite even. I really enjoy the taste as well. This cigar is definitely among the best Coronas I've ever smoked. - Submitted by Habanero on December 3, 2005

Review #8: Soft cigar with a very good construction, first third the taste was a bit muted but the cigar has depth. The price is reasoable I paid 8.50 $. I will smoke it on occassion. - Submitted by David Prague on December 23, 2004

Review #7: Very nice flavors before lit. The wrapper was firm, not oily. It lit without problems. The strong Bolivar taste greets the smoker from the first puff. However, the taste was quite unidimensional, I failed to note the typical "chocolate" taste. The burn was not even, I had to relight the cigar 4 times. Overall an OK Corona, defenitely overpriced. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on December 12, 2004

Review #6: Underrated smoke. This cigar flies under the radar, but is well worth the smoke. Chocolatey and strong. - Submitted by chol on November 25, 2004

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