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Bolivar Coronas Gigantes

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:178
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 #16: So many positive reviews, I had to try this one. It has a flawless, oily and silky smooth wrapper, a real beauty. Itís smell is strong and powerfull with some chocolate and earth. The (pre-light) draw was just the way I like it: a fair amount of resistance, but not too much. Itís burn is perfectly even, fantastic. The taste in the first third is surprisingly mild, where vanilla and nutmeg are dominant. These make way for more chocolate and earth tones in the second third, where the last third is the domain of the more spicy flavors. An extremely balanced and complex smoke, fantastic! - Submitted by Bolivar on April 5, 2005


Review #15: Almost always overperforming Julieta. These are from a Cab of 50, rolled back in \'97. Construction is top notch, there\'s enough resistance in the draw, the way I prefer. Flavours have mellowed out into a nice bouquet of deliciousness. Notes of muscat nut and saffron, dipped in coffee beans are overwhelming in the last third. These are already sought-after cigars. But give them another 2-3 years in their cabinet and you\'ll be rewarded with what some people call \"collectors\' items\". Pairs nicely with a pint of ice-water. - Submitted by vugarv on March 29, 2005


Review #14: I just tried a single stick and was very impressed! I haven\'t had a smoke this dense in a long time. As a result, I bought a whole box. - Submitted by Nivel Acuso on March 18, 2005


Review #13: A powerhouse smoke. I must admit this is a gorgous cigar. Hang on for the ride from start to finish this is a tale kicker. Not for beginers this comes with instructions. Very tastefull strong nutmeg with pepper. I definetly tip my hate to this fine smoke. - Submitted by EZ on March 10, 2005Submitted by EZ on March 10, 2005


Review #12: My cabinets all from OSU ABR 01 are truly magnificent. The very dark and oily wrappers are intoxicating when the cabinets are opened, the decedent and intoxicating aromas are true marks of a real bolivar. Once lit the heady aromas and decedent and intoxicating flavors put you in a world that only a well aged bolivar can. I am glad that i was able to locate 10 cabs of 50 cigars each all from the 01 production run. They were expensive to purchase, however you can not put a dollar amount on pure pleasure, especially a pleasure such as this decedent bolivar vitole - Submitted by bigyesta on March 9, 2005


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