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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 #6: Mmmm, Mmmm, Mmmm, what a great smoke! I enjoyed this cigar beginning with marveling at its gorgeous construction to the point that I (reluctantly) laid the nub down. In between there was a perfect burn and assertive mature flavors. I only have 3 of these left, but I will hoard as many as I can get for as long as they continue to be this good. - Submitted by Joshua on August 6, 2004

Review #5: I may not have 1000 cigars smokes under my belt, but this Mareva is now my personal passion. The smoothness and elegance took me by surprise. The taste is flavorful and extremely pleasant. It requires the fullest cut possible to get a smooth flowing draw then maintains its draw level throughout the entire smoke. The flavor stays even if you let it die a little past the halfway point, wait just long enough to fix a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey on the rocks or with coke, then re- light it, and smoke it down to the stub. Although overlooked by true aficionados, the packaging of this cigar lends itself to travel and protects the precious cargo from damage due to golf clubs, pool water, beach sand, and the sun. Vacationers, take note! - Submitted by Hoosierboy on July 16, 2004

Review #4: Excellent mareva, the 2004 production is great, very good construction, lots of smoke each puff, the aromas range through chocolate and vainilla, with a strong espresso flavor at the end. As willsoften said, it's like smoking a stronger and smaller Royal Corona. - Submitted by Estrella on July 8, 2004

Review #3: a very good mareva to somke. smooth test and easy to draw with nice smell.it works at any time in my opinion. - Submitted by fidel on May 20, 2004Submitted by fidel on May 20, 2004

Review #2: One of the better tubed cigars IMO. Earthy, spicy, strong. Plenty of flavour and body in this mareva. I don't really agree with the statement that the quality of filler is inferior, I personally couldn't tell them apart. Stronger and tatier than the no 1 and less inclined to be bitter than the no 3. Easily my favourite Bolivar just as good in it's own way as the Royal Corona - try some. - Submitted by willisoften on February 26, 2004

This cigar spans 9 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 [9]

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