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Bolivar Inmensas

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #13: What an exquisitely complex cigar! Bought an 05 box and the flavor almost defies description. They've been starting out a little on the rough side (for me), but quickly become increasingly rich, with complex coffee, earth and spice notes, leading to a final third of rich spice. Only downside for me is that they are so full bodied, the finish can be a bit overwhelming. Burn and draw have been perfect so far (knock on wood)! - Submitted by Goldenberg on January 28, 2008

Review #12: I may have a bad box. These have a poor draw and haven't impressed me yet. I guess I need to age them some more. My box is from Feb 07 - Submitted by nnjlon2 on January 25, 2008

Review #11: Another outstanding cigar in the Bolivar list: they look like they don't miss a single target. This one is lighter in strenght than the other Bolivars I tried, but is just as goods; the house flavours are all there from the very first puff, while the strenght evolves even if some more nicotine punch wouldn't be out of place. - Submitted by sasha on September 16, 2007

Review #10: After these great reviews, I decided to try them out so I bought a single from an old '97 box at my Casa del Habano. It is dificult to find bozes so old, so I gather these are not very popular here in Mexico. The cigar was a real delight, its taste had mellowed out from as you would expect in sucha an old cigar, but it was still cophisticated and well balanced. I found it mid body, excellent construction after all this time and good burn. I will have to go back and purchase the last pieces they have in the store before someone else finds out about them. - Submitted by finidi on August 23, 2007

Review #9: Bought these in May 07, the box codes are OSU Mar 01. What a delightful cigar, and it seems to be a hidden delight as not many people talk about them. Cigar was long & lean, it looked aged but not in a damaged way. Clean cut, draw and burn were outstanding. Strength was mild throughout w/some mild medium tendencies. Hints of sweetness but not overpowering, some earthiness and coffee also abounded from this smoke. The ash was a dark grey and held for 1.5 - 2". Overall a very smoooth & creamy cigar that I would recomend to any who are looking for a relaxing yet satifying smoke, ENJOY; JWM-Dover, Ohio - Submitted by jwm8592 on June 22, 2007

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