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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


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Review #13: Just got a new box and have smoked three. These are splendid. Constructed Beautifull and powerful. Just like Havanas used to be and so seldom are anymore. I like bigger sticks but will keep this one on the list. It had the rough Havana taste I crave. - Submitted by mrniceguy on October 3, 2006


Review #12: Iam a big fan of the rustic flavour and charm of the bolivar brand.But this cigar i found very oppresive and did not like the flavour,i thourght it was a bit of a let down as i love the belicosos & coronas gigantes. - Submitted by jay jacobs on May 13, 2005


Review #11: All of the cabinets i have in my humidor are from SUA EA00 production runs. They are classic bolivar, very, very dark oily almost maduro or oscuro wrappers, with no veins or imperfections. The look of 50 cigars tied in a yellow ribbon are truly artful to see. Once lit they are truly animals in the raw. when i smoked my first boly corona xtra it was almost overpowering, and i have been smoking for over 30 years. You have to prepare your self for this one and pace your smoking to no get an overdose of nicotine, they truly make your head spin, however i would not want these to be any other way. Truly Bolivar. - Submitted by bigyesta on March 9, 2005


Review #10: The construction is somewhat ordinary, not very well finished, some of the "capa" separated while burning (2nd 3rd). It is novt very aromatic which is good for public places. The draw is somewhat hard, your have to have a "soft pull" to really enjoy it. It is sweetish, mild up until the 3rd where it really becomes a good habano. Its burn is grey, not flaky, strong. - Submitted by Alfredo on December 13, 2004


Review #9: Just received a box from SUA EA00, cabinet of 50 what an example of cuban mystique. Flavors of espresso, cocoa, and vanilla abound. the wrappers look like liquid chocolate shrink wrapped around the cigar. not one blemish on any wrappers. draw is fantastic. the last third is almost overpowering even for a 30 year cigar smoking veteran as myself - Submitted by bigyesta on November 19, 2004


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