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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 3

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,27 gr.Score:6.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #15: ok so this was quite and interesting smoke very creamy and smooth the first draw, but as you smoke it more and more it gets a bit dull and un-interesting.... - Submitted by barnett683 on February 21, 2008

Review #14: Once again a small havana with nothing really special to offer, this cigar for me was simply average not terrible or great, I did not get any of the distinctive bolivar tastes which was what I was expecting. Overall however this cigar would not have been all that bad if it were not for the price. Here in Canada I could have bought a royal corona for only a bit more, so in terms of how this cigar prices in other parts of the world it may turn out to be a better buy. - Submitted by Gillette on May 16, 2007

Review #13: Was able to sample one en tubo from the late 70's and was completely BLOWN AWAY! Amazing concentrated Boli Flavors that seemed to develop and become deeper with proper aging in the tube. It beat out a Dunhill Atado that was smoked at the same time. AMAZING FLAVOR! These might not be all that great young but with time they are spectacular! - Submitted by XXX on February 1, 2007

Review #12: This cigar was a real dissapointment, actually it was a nasty smoke! It certainly looked nice when I took it out of the tube. As mentioned in other reviews it has a lovely oily wrapper and indeed this had some plume. Before lighting the aroma held a lot of promise. Upon lighting the draw was good but other than that the smoke was acrid. I carried on in a vain hope that things would improve but gave up about half way through when it just became too much to take. Truly a revolting cigar. I strongly suspect this was a "duff" stick so may be tempted to try another one in the future, but not soon! - Submitted by nicedraw on January 3, 2007

Review #11: Very smooth, geat smoke, burned well, and I woul dlike to say that there was a subtle but beautiful bananary smell to this small but very interesting cigar. - Submitted by jonobeagle on December 3, 2006

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

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