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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

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Review #16: one word. WOW. this cigar was beautifully made, consistant colorado colour on the leaf, no blemishes or thick veins with nice slightly oily wrapper.it had a perfect burn and real smooth draw. creamy smoke with earthy ones. this cigar nearly put me to sleap, much too strong for the inexperienced smoke, but perfect for the experienced smoker - Submitted by Anton on January 12, 2007

Review #15: I tried this Tubos n°2 last week amongst other Mareva and I had a very nice surprise ! I usually smoke to Romea&Julietas or the Montecristo #4 (tubos) which are probably the best sellers and the top of the range ... but this Bolivar just did it just as well. A bit darker (I mean a nice mighty taste fully bodied and flavourful) thant the usual contenders. The atmosphere help a lot to make this experience a nice souvenir (I was in the Caribbean at the time). I will buy some more in the future. - Submitted by corentin.maurice on January 2, 2007

Review #14: Have had a few 'resting' in my humi for around 9-10 months now .... smoked one a couple of weeks ago and this is what i have to say about it... Very Cohiba-esque but with a little more punch! The wrapper had nice bloom, and it was rich, oily and dark with a smooth, balanced flavour. .... i can only use this boxing analogy to describe the strength.... 'a long and slow 12 round heavyweight bout, rather than a first round knock-out that you sometimes get with a Bolivar' (if this makes any sense!!?). I leave you with this thought .... to enjoy good cigars, the best investment is not money, but time!!! - Submitted by Gobind on March 11, 2006

Review #13: What to say here? Great cigar!PRO: Sophisticated looks, strong aromas, distinct taste - and it kicks like a mule! Best after a light, chicken based, meal. Light wines are also welcome. If in doubt, choose the lighter wrapper. I know that Bolivars should be dark, yet trust me on this one. Go for lighter wrapper. Unatractively designed tube. Why? - Submitted by Milutin on May 24, 2005

Review #12: A friend has just brought me back a box of 25, I have to say they are better flavoured than the EMS cigars I buy in the UK. I am sure there are Bolivar fakes doing the rounds as I have had a couple that have a very light coloured wrapper+the band seems to differ from the ones direct from Cuba. Any explanation ? - Submitted by Big Dave(again) on February 13, 2005

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