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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 2

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 2 Review:

This cigar is the same format as Bolivar Petit Coronas except that this particular cigar is presented in a different way; it comes with a cedar wrap inside an aluminum tube. Furthermore, the quality of the filler is inferior to that of the Bolivar Petit Coronas.

Average user rating

Review #46: JUN 16 Perfect construction. Not a terribly complex cigar, but a treat everytime. Creamy wood from the light. Then with nutmeg, cinnamon and floral thought out. The flavors are subtle, no flavor bomb here. Excellent burn and draw. These are great young and even better with age. No complaints for this cigar. - Submitted by Gpayne on April 23, 2022

Review #45: According to me, close to perfection! The only thing I have to say more than that is that I wish it lasted longer - Submitted by sebbe1978 on August 2, 2014

Review #44: MAY 97 I recently bought a box dated 1997! The vendor told me they might gotten too old and reduced the price... indeed they are old but so nothing else than well aged. Trying them I felt the way Zino might have felt, when he got his "overaged" box of unbranded cigars from a local farmer on one of his first cuba tips. The first third I experienced the maximum possible amount of aromas such as cocoa and leather. Second third was spectacular with a stronger earthy presence and hints of vanilla. While the last third got little too much on the strong side, nothing infringed the integrity of the solid ash. Truly magnificent but not the cigar, rather its history. - Submitted by ioannis on October 26, 2011

Review #43: ---   Maybe one of the best marevas i have had. Little tight on draw at start but the aroma of fresh from tube eased that. Halfway through it really started to kick in heavy complex floral flavours with cocoa undertones. Beautiful wrapper, well constructed, and even burn made this one of the great cigars. Was very pleased! - Submitted by backwards on January 8, 2011

Review #42: ---   I wasn't too impressed with the flavor from the Tubo No. 2. The construction and draw were great but this smoke had a weird creamy taste to it that I didn't appreciate too much. My full review here: http://wp.me/pSZbU-qE - Submitted by flawlesscrowns.com on September 9, 2010

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