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Bolivar Coronas

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #19: --- 84 One of three from a local retailer's aged stock. After a short spell in the humidor, I cannot help but to try one. Prelit aromas of black pepper. Very well made with a finely veined, milk coffee coloured wrapper with a slight lustre of oiliness. Tangy bean flavours with sweetness. Uncharacteristically medium bodied but typical Bolivar spice, plenty of it. Cedary notes and dark chocolate aftertaste. Quite complex, mellow flavours emerge after the first third and last through to the end. Some leathery notes towards the final quarter. Earthy finish and long aftertaste. Lots of thick, sweet scented smoke. Silky and smooth. A testament to the Bolivar's mythical ageability but not its legendary strength and power. I will not keep the other two waiting much longer. A Bolivar with delicate flavours to be enjoyed now, preferably on its own. I did a mistake of sipping some Japanese malt at the second third. While the cigar accentuated the fruitiness of the malt, sadly the malt flavours overpowered the cigar, which would not likely have been the case were this cigar a young Bolivar. A better pairing would have been a XO Cognac from the Petit or Grande Champagne appellations, in particular from the house of Delamain or Remy Martin. - Submitted by sengjc on September 1, 2010

Review #18: JUN 05 Excellent cigar. A little rounder than 06 which was last year before discontinued. Glad I found a box. - Submitted by jdbrown on August 8, 2009

Review #17: NOV 06 Smoked my first ever Boli Corona last night. I've really been missing something! A smooth beautiful wrapper is quite misleading. This is a rustic cigar. Strong & so earthy it tastes like you're smoking Cuban dirt. If you like an earthy flavor profile in your cigar, this is a winner. If not, don't try these. - Submitted by Bassman on June 18, 2009

Review #16: Pretty decent cigar with a decent burn good draw and medium to strong taste. Good flavors throughout. - Submitted by mkhouryjr on May 2, 2009

Review #15: --- 07 I recently discovered Bolivars. This one in particular is hot stuff. Puffing one right now... quite a kick! Captures my attention, obliterating all trivial thoughts: partly what I look for in a decent stogie. Very similar to the Tubos 2, in my opinion. Fabulous aftertaste that LASTS FOREVER. Creamier than 35% cream. A chocolaty, smoked candy that you gotta control yourself not to eat up like an uncontrolled bulimic. Masterful balance of great strength and delicate sweetness. Draws like a champ. Minor burning issues, but it doesn't really matter: nothing a little humi time couldn't correct. This vitola is all about maximum taste without harshness. The Cuban twang fully expressed with its own unique personality. I'm very impressed. Will buy a box - or 2 - for sure in near future. It's such a blast that I can't wait to snatch a Churchills or Gigantes, just to see if this nirvana could stretch longer than just a glimpse of eternal bliss! Readily earned its place on my list of A1 sticks. Alleluia! I had an epiphany. 9.9/10 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on April 29, 2009

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