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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 #21: You better be patient to smoke this one. Takes forever (1.5 hours) to finish it. Fantastic smoke with a very even burn. But was a bit disappointed towards the end as it starts leaving a stale aftertaste. Best bet is not to smoke the whole cigar, end at around 75%. - Submitted by vcg111 on July 2, 2006

Review #20: Sampled my first one from OSU ENE02 (Partagás Factory, January 2002). Began with the wonderful Bolívar profile: bitter cocoa-sprinkled wood, drizzled with honey and encrusted in black peppers, topped off with some smoked chipotlé peppers. Wonderfully balanced and smooth. Near the end gravitated more towards earth, wood, and pepper. A tad underfilled, but never got hot or harsh, and burned wonderfully. Because of the size, a tad milder than most Bolívars, but still medium to full-bodied and strong. One of the few Havanas that can still give me a little headrush. - Submitted by Black Plague on April 22, 2006

Review #19: This is undoubtedly the Churchill to turn to nowadays, but sometimes harde to find for me. This speaks of the quality of pre-craze Cubans. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

Review #18: This is by far my favorite smoke. It does not matter if it is compared to my top shelf Siglo II's, my 2001 Ashton Belis, or my Cuesta Reys Sun Growns, This cigar ranks highest in my complex flavors book. This meticulously wrapped cigar packs flavors that most cigars wish they had after 10 years of fermentation. I just purchased a box stamped with the May label and they are no exception to the rule. I do not need to go into details about smoking this cigar. Buy one yourself, sit back with your best bottle, and enjoy the trip that your pallet is about to take. - Submitted by mRNA on November 19, 2005

Review #17: Without question, a fine smoke-excellent draw and burn with a consistent mild citrus spice. I did NOT find any chocolate or cocoa flavors, but mine are not from \'98! Maybe with a little age..... - Submitted by bolivarhombre on May 9, 2005

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