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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

Average user rating

Review #41: What an incredible cigar. Pure Bolivar here. Such a decadent cigar. Milder than the other Bolivar powerhouses but so complex and balanced too. With hints of wood and leather, this cigar had a perfect draw and burn. The only drawback is that you rarely find the time to smoke such a great cigar. - Submitted by cookj1 on September 4, 2007

Review #40: This is actually the first true Julieta No. 2 I've smoked, and it was everything I hoped it would be. It started relatively mild, with light flavours of wood mixed with cocoa. Through the middle, the wood flavour became very strong, as I expected and hoped, and began to mingle with spice. Past the second third, and into the finale, the wood flavour slowly waned, to be replaced by rich, strong flavours of earth, and, just toward the end, some sort of fruit. Perfect construction and draw, and great flavour. I'll have to buy another. I'd give it a 9.5 if I could, but a ten will have to do in this circumstance. - Submitted by agraupe on September 2, 2007

Review #39: The 06's from Bolivar have been outstanding. This one was no exception. Loved it. Sweet, velvety smoke when blown through the nose. No bitterness for its young age. A couple of flavor changes as well, maintaining balance and poise throughout. Earthy, woody, cocoa and a nice sweetness with a little saltiness and lots of twang. Fantastic! Put these away. They will be phenomenal! - Submitted by Jimbo on August 21, 2007

Review #38: Yes, the '02s and '03s are delicious now, but the early 2006 BCGs are remarkably approachable, and show great promise. I find the blend on these to be nearly ideal; although it opens with a blast of peppery spice, it soon settles into a medium-bodied cigar with tantalizing depth of flavor. It's all there: a rich, earthy core, layered with white pepper and delicious complex fruity notes. The finish has a lingering sweet tang. It remains in almost perfect balance, although it grows stronger near the band. A truly wonderful Churchill. - Submitted by shrink on July 1, 2007

Review #37: I am afraid it is another max for the boli g. Bolivars have a wonderful depth of flavour to the same degree as Vegas Robainas, although different in character. Earthy smooth, but I had lychees too! - Submitted by monteman on June 20, 2007

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