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Bolivar Coronas Extras

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,27 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #43: ---   How has this baby flown under my radar? I'm a huge fan of Boli, but tried this for the first time the other day. It was a glorious smoke, with a typical Bolivar flavour, but quite a lot of creaminess. Perfect balance. Burn was excellent, though began to suffer a little after the first ash fell of. Will be buying a box of these for sure. - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on March 31, 2010

Review #42: ---   First half of the cigar starts very similar in terms of flavor profile to tubo no.2 but much less rich. Construction is flawless and the aroma is very strong while the cigar itself tastes bland and the body is light to medium at best. At this time i could inhale with no problem and to me this should not be the case with bolivar. After the half way point earthy and leathery taste appears followed by cocoa notes and chocolaty aroma(which is great) intensifies . By this time body picks up a notch but its still at lower side of medium and things continue like this till the end. All in all this is was not the most satisfying cigar for me and I think there are better choices for the price of 15,5 USD. - Submitted by promajk on January 31, 2010

Review #41: SEP 02 Strong & earthy. Not as complex the 06s I've smoked, but quite a powerhouse. I like these a lot. - Submitted by Bassman on August 26, 2009

Review #40: MAR 99 to Franz,review 38,just smoked some from a 99 box and they were superb.these were obviously stored correctly.DTA factory.bought from 1001. - Submitted by paul watson on August 16, 2009

Review #39: This was my third cigar from a bunch of three I bought about a year ago. The first one was unsmokeable, the next on was better but not good but this on was really nice, which is probably due to the extra time spent in the humidor. Construction was great and it had nice silky feel. Draw was a bit on the tight side but it prduced thick plumes of smoke. Burn was even, needed some slight readjustments in the end. Developed nicely, from pure tobacco in the beginning (the first puffs where a bit bland maybe) to a spicyness I find hard to describe. have to buy more to see what happens with serious ageing (I'm positve it won't hurt). - Submitted by arnehdhh on August 6, 2009

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