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Bolivar Coronas Gigantes

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Coronas Gigantes Review:

Multitude of flavours are mixed in great balance in this Cuban cigar. The flavours are packed with a superb taste. Leather, rough earth, sandy, remaking that the strength of flavours is not an indication of nicotine content. An easy smoking cigar for a hot summer evening.

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Review #96: --- 16 This one was 5 years old and it was very good, even if not amazing. I feel these pass from the "very good" to "excellent" in the long run, perhaps closer to the 10 years mark. - Submitted by Heinrich on September 10, 2021

Review #95: --- 99 As with many cigars I've smoked from the late 90s through early 00s, a tight draw producing thin and slightly acrid smoke. After the first third I cut almost an inch and a half from the cap end, which removed a plug (twist in the filler). The draw opened up allowing more smoke and flavour, but the acrid quality as still there and it quickly became hot. Poor quality tobacco - often aged boxes from this era are leftover bad batches that people decided not to smoke and instead store for sale years later. More recent years' production of the Gigantes are far superior. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 25, 2018

Review #94: MAY   I would like to correct my earlier review, my box now has 3 years of age, and this is truly an amazing cigar. Just needs the age, to be really good! Box date 5/15. - Submitted by mcwhmv on February 22, 2018

Review #93: ---   I remember when I had my first Habano, like review 91. I didn’t understand it. It took time. He’ll get it one day. These are beyond fabulous. - Submitted by davess08 on January 28, 2018

Review #92: ---   WOW, a very very very good cigar. Should be aged for sometime before smoking though. Notorious Bolivar flavours without any harshness and just medium strenght. Construction and draw were 10 points each. An overall experience of 95 minutes - awesome. - Submitted by Heinrich on October 7, 2017

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