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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

Average user rating

Review #11: After trying to Petit Coronas, I decided to buy a bos of Tubos No 2, since I believed they should taste at least as good. I was right, the Tubos No2, are excellent cigars, professionally constructed, with nice even burn, ample amounts of smoke. The taste is the classic Bolivar taste. Either you love it or you hate it. It is a strong cigar, it needs careful smoking. I am most defenitely pleased I bought a box of those, this is a quick (faster smoke than a churchill) night cigar. Excellent! - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens, Greece on January 26, 2005

Review #10: Big Dave: An expert at Partagas, when I did an interview with him, lit me a cigar using cedar, so it can't be all wrong... I smoked one lying on the beach Playa Ancón near Trinidad, Cuba, before Christmas, and got a little sick... It was too hot a day, I didn't have enough to drink and I couldn't give the cigar up before it started burning my fingers! I should have bought more of these, but I didn't because I got a little sick of all the historical figures and the revolucion by the end of the fourth week of my stay. A mistake! They're thoroughly enjoyable, if a tad strong for beginners. - Submitted by John L on January 21, 2005

Review #9: I love these, they are so flavoursome. They arestrong but not over powering. Its might not be correct etiquette but I use the cedar wrap to light these and it in no way impares the taste. Top notch cigar and quite cheap at £6.50 a shot. - Submitted by Big Dave on December 31, 2004

Review #8: The best mareva tubo IMO. Rich, medium-full bodied with fairly complex, smooth flavours of cocoa, coffee, spices and woods. Delicious and reliable. - Submitted by A. Dyer on September 28, 2004

Review #7: This is my wife's favorite cigar. The flavor is very smooth and delicate. The draw is optimal and the flavor developes to the fullest only at the very end. - Submitted by tang on August 8, 2004

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