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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 #91: Very Disappointed! Based on the reviews here, figured it would be a great stick, earthy, leathery, tasty for the first 2/3, but nothing special compared to the Beliscos Finos, which are much better cigars, this box has a year and a half on it, letting them hibernate, and seeing what they do. Box dated May 15 - Submitted by mcwhmv on November 10, 2016

Review #90: MAR 08 I recently got a cabinet of 50 cigars from 2008. What a beautiful cigar, construction was flawless. Wow, what a powerful cigar. Rich earth flavors with slight wood after taste. I had to put it down half way through and rest a bit. Last half was just as good as the first. I can't believe I got 49 more to go. - Submitted by mfh1957 on November 4, 2015

Review #89: A sublime cigar with honey notes, rich earth and near perfect combustion. I have smoked these on many occasions and they never seem to disappoint. First third is mild, as most Bolivars tend to be, with nougat, dabs of honey and mild earth tones. Second third has the earthiness develop into wood and the final third bears no resemblance to the first, with heavy smoke and full rich tobacco. Enjoyable and satisfying. - Submitted by Marcel Z on August 31, 2015

Review #88: --- 12 Perhaps my favorite Bolivar when not too tightly rolled. When right, as good as any of its size. Strong, full-flavored with obvious flavor shifts throughout. - Submitted by Miskis on August 22, 2015

Review #87: --- 00 Bought a box several years ago... first few were poorly and too tightly rolled yielding a terrible acrid burn. I had so much hope for this cigar based on other reviews, however, after trying one more from the same box after a 12 month rest, still the same horrible experience. Will continue to smoke my other Bolis but this box needs to be put to rest. - Submitted by rainman on June 24, 2015

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