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Bolivar Churchills

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #10: JUN 06 I have always enjoyed this cigar. A nice medium to lightly robust towards the last half. Be ready to invest a couple of hours to enjoy it to the end. This is not a cigar to be sniped. And if for some reason you do have to mistreat this cigar and snipe it for a later finish, pick it back up in less than a couple of hours or the premo this cigar gives will be lost. - Submitted by DWJones on June 11, 2009

Review #9: JUL 00 Had this as a "mystery" stick and would not have guessed it... But it was an impressive stick, very strong and almost agressive for a Churchill-sized cigar, and strong from the get-go. Very earthy and "old" style taste with still lots of condensate and room for further improvement. A magnificient Churchill! - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on June 3, 2009

Review #8: Starts out very mild and gets progressively stronger, interesting effect. However I prefer something a little more spicy. - Submitted by don_pepe on May 7, 2008

Review #7: I guess, I started out on the right path..well, at least when it came to Cuban cigars. Yes, my 1st Cuban was a Bolivar Gigante in Australia in 1975. Bought a box at the Sydney Dunhill shop. They were wonderful then and still are today. Wonderful draw, a long smoke..medium strength..just a delight. I share them with only my best friends. I live in Mexico now and keep a steady supply of 2 boxes in my humidor. - Submitted by donk93953 on November 16, 2005

Review #6: Enjoyed this cigar, nice draw, takes a while to smoke so relax and enjoy it. Overall the Bolivar line is very consistent. - Submitted by Logo99 on July 4, 2004

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