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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

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Review #46: smoked this cigar while strolling around London the other day, nothing better ! lots of flavour from the start, nice draw, big cigar no need to rush... - Submitted by wmarler on December 3, 2007

Review #45: Hello boys and girls.... Just smoked this beauty shipped it in from Switzerland....it is great GONZO, goodness gracious, SWEET richness, heavy metal, high-octane IMMENSITY OF INTENSITY... Not for the faint of heart.... Aaaaaaaah......HEAVEN!!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! - Submitted by hellion5 on October 22, 2007

Review #44: Usually I mature Churchill size cigars for a while but I didn't have enough patience with this one from March 2006. Just yesterday I finished last Corona Gigante from box from 2003 and I was eager to compare it with this batch. Of course there is significant difference in roundness but I have a filling that new one has been made with well aged tobacco. For sure they will need a year or two to reach a peak but right now they are good as well. It is just a matter of personal taste. There were small running problems and uneven burn with a bit of harsh ending. Anyhow I'm glad to compare same cigars with three years of differences and I can tell that this is very consistent and quality cigar which will gain much more with years. - Submitted by Diademo on October 11, 2007

Review #43: I just got two cabs of 50 from about 19-20 months ago...it was a good deal, and I thought i'll stick them in the back and forget them. Tried one last week, changed the whole frikkin' plan...just like...that. Seriously serious cigar, lol...for it's youth, it (IMHO) has an amazing depth to it already, and a noticeably larger one after just a 3 month 'time out' I am very happy to have gotten two cabs. At less than 10.00 a stick for a truly great churchilll, well I'll take a boxful anyday! Anyway, except for the subtle fruit essenses, this Stunningly constructed, wrapped and capped cigar has an earthyness all it's own, which, for my cigar buck, when mixed with the right woodiness out-does my here-to-fore favorite Churchill, The H. Upmann Sir Winston. I even did a very "tight" blind test, and the Winnie lost. These are great, along with the SLR Chuchills in Cabs of 50, as well, according to my own personal tests...weird gut, I know! - Submitted by dlctwice on September 16, 2007

Review #42: I had never smoked one of these, but on advice bought a cab of 50 from a MAR-06 batch. Young, I know, and I thought I was going to be disappointed. WOW...wrong! I liked this cigar so much, I even ordered another cab from the same batch to put down for as long as I can! It's a Bolivar through and through, that's for sure, though different enough from the other Boli's I smoke regularly (Belicosos Finos SLB, PC's in the cab and RC's) to keep it unique. Great construction and burn, with a perfect cap, quite full in flavor with (to me) a predominance of spices, (lots of pepper) earthy richness and with a touch of sweetness. I found a nice depth in the tobacco very rarely encountered in a larger-format cigar as young as these. I've now smoked at least 15 of these, and I have and will continue to recommend these to just about anyone that appreciates an outstanding smoke. Also, they are a great value, and at just under $10.00 a stick they cost about the same as a decent Robusto or Corona. Now, if the real "snobby" cigar aficionados can stay away and leaves these wonderful Churchills for us normal guys, maybe the price won't skyrocket, lol...PS: I just read review 38, and the early '06's were praised by that reviewer as well. - Submitted by dlctwice on September 14, 2007

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