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Bolivar Coronas Extras

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:143
Format:FranciscoRing:44
Weight:10,27 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #18: Smoked one the other day, JUN 06. Slow burn, satisfyingly strong smoke, especially but very smooth and creamy, almost mellow when puffed slowly. Dark almost maduro wrapper which was very oily. It wasn't overly complex, but the smoke was rich with dark Bolivar earth and with a little espresso and cream and nuts. Nice twang, and so smooth for only a year old! Well done! - Submitted by Jimbo on June 6, 2007


Review #17: As reviewer #15 states: "Aging works!" Yes, it does. I'm sure the one I smoked the other night would have been decent back in 2000 when it was rolled--but it was absolutely decadent now seven year's later!! This cabinet version was true Bolivar--BAM! Smooth power. Flavors of earth, wood, all with spice thrown-in. One of the more memorable cigars I've had in a while. - Submitted by Shooter on May 2, 2007


Review #16: What a lovely cigar. Tastes of coffee, wood, and spice are dominant, in true Cuban fashion. Draw is lovely, with lots of smoke. The only mark against this stick was the flaky, weak ash, which decided to drop on to my shirt at about 3/4" long. I guess if that's the worst thing that happens on Friday the 13th, it's not terrible. - Submitted by agraupe on April 14, 2007


Review #15: Aging Cigars works! I recently smoked one of these beauties, from a cabinet box (mid 2005); I laid some of them down an additional 6 months. Therefore, it is roughly 2 box years old. I partook with a cup of strong brewed coffee, mixed with Irish Cream. It was an after dinner smoke; the meal was mild in spice. I own an active humidifying humidor. WOW, it was good flavor from the start! Bolivar Coronas Extras (BCE) are mild in my opinion. But the strength of flavor in the Bolivar range is prominent. This BCE exemplified the flavor from the first third to the last third. It was woodsy with excellent underscored Cuban tobacco twang. This BCE opened up in due progression of the smoke. It reminded me of why I am an aficionado of Habanos. I love when that happens... - Submitted by HUC on March 1, 2007


Review #14: Darker than usual wrappers on these. AH, Bolivars! Most have a vein or two and they oil up beautifully with a few weeks in a properly regulated humidor set at 65-68%. You can crank it up to 70% if, like me, you are putting them up for long term aging. A squeeze between the fingers revealed an even, supple roll. Nice looking cap and a rich, earthy aroma completes the pre-light description. The cigars light up right away and combustion was better than adequate. Most sticks burned right through without a re-light. The draw was just this side of firm and opened up just shy of halfway through. The firm ash was the correct speckled grey. Flavor started out medium/strong and got stronger from there. The smoke was thick and rich with loads of leather, pepper, and earth. Nice! The flavor of the few I've smoked from my late '05 batch was a bit conflicted in the way that young, strong tobacco can sometimes be but these give every indication that they will mature into truly memorable classics. I'll let you know. - Submitted by greg258 on January 31, 2007


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