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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 #38: --- 06 To Paul (#36). I hear ya man! Thanks for the warning. That's part of what a site like this is all about: sharing of experience among true aficionados. Maybe we could influence production, quality control and consistency, if they can't fool us with below-standard dogrockets and overpriced rolled crap! The Corona extra is a gem when it's the real thing. Puffed some 0 sixes lately that were fabulous, worth a 9.5/10 in my book. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on July 29, 2009

Review #37: I was told to try these Bolivars,the strongest of all Bolivars with clean Cuban tabacco earthy taste at the beggining i taste coffe and nutty character with rich sweet spices,very good burn,full depth,this is a classic Bolivar style smoke,not expensive,i smoked from a cabinet as well which i find it superior compared to pressed box. The cabinets are discontinued so i bought a couple of boxes i believe that in 5 years time will be an exquisite smoke - Submitted by giorgos on May 15, 2009

Review #36: i have been getting the odd 2 or 3 recently and although i believe they are approx 2001,they are so mild you would not recognise them as Bolivars.be very vary if you see aged ones going cheap.see MRN on this matter.the PCs i am getting from 2007 boxes are very good.no point in giving a rating - Submitted by paul watson on May 2, 2009

Review #35: JUN 06 I ended up with two boxes of these, one coded POS JUN06 and the other from April 1999. The 2006 ones are dark, rough and just ugly, but my God are they good. Just dense, dense Boli flavors of earth, sweet coffee and nuts, and so smooth. Rich and amazing. The '99s though are a little less awesome. They have the definite Boli flavors there, but overlayed with some roughness. They're the pretty ones, of course, haha. Buy these before they discontinue them this year, if they do. Buy up 50-cabs and put them away... - Submitted by Snake Hips on March 8, 2009

Review #34: This cigars reminds of the good old school habanos and itīs a delight to smoke, a very earthy taste combined with coffee and dark cholocate with hints of leather. An awesome cigar which is truly for old fashioned lovers of cuban cigars. - Submitted by DG on January 20, 2009

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