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Bolivar Lonsdales

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Lonsdales Review:

This is a high standing cigar with strong traditions, not only for its format but because it is a classic withing the Bolivar Cigar range. It is slim, elegant, and with a wholesome texture. It has a medium taste and great aroma. Definitely one of the best Bolivar Cigars.

Average user rating

Review #24: JUN 99 Great aged box from 1999. Great taste, all leather and coffee. I would have rated it a solid 9 but the draw was a tad tight and felt like the flavor could not get enough oxygen to generate enough smoke and flavor. Excellent on the retro-hale, impeccable burn otherwise. I can see why they were discontinued as I will go for a lancero if I want a dramatic flavor change or a larger ring gauge if i'm wanting a fuller smoke. I have some 2007 Gold medals and can't wait to compare...just wish more gold medals were produced.... - Submitted by bucketlist on July 31, 2017

Review #23: JUL 98 Agree with everything reviewer #22 said. Not as refined as the Gold Medal but old school Habanos flavor which I love. Deceptively powerful with beautiful Cuban earthiness, it's a wonderful example of why Cuba excels at smaller ring gauge cigars. - Submitted by OLI62 on September 15, 2015

Review #22: --- 99 I'm about half way through a box from 1999. These were discontinued in 2002. They are strong, bold, and slap you in the face with earth and leather. In contrast to some of the other reviews, I don't notice the creamy smoothness of the Gold Medals. Mine are rough and rustic and are a great choice when I want an old school Habanos after a great meal. A great cigar experience. - Submitted by Professor Twain on March 3, 2015

Review #21: MAR 02 Typical Bolivar. Coffee, creamy taste. Rich aroma. Mild to medium. Godd constuction, burn. - Submitted by kml on June 4, 2010

Review #20: A real shame that this cigar has been discontinued. I remember them as being slightly milder than most other Bolis. Smooth and creamy. Cocoa. Never harsh. - Submitted by celery25 on July 26, 2009

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