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Bolivar Petit Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #50: I received a box of these today. The wrappers are a deep chocolate color. Great construction. The aroma is of quality tobacco. I can't wait to try these little gems in a few months after aging in my humidor. - Submitted by Kathleen on August 11, 2006

Review #49: The cabinet of 50 received recently from POS factory ENE 06 though young, are mellower and seemingly far more refined than the dress box noted below. These are not as bold, deep, dark, oily and rich. That is not to say they are not good, they are wonderful, but are like a different cigar almost (These are almost like a small Upmann Magnum 46). Best to describe as saying I would pair the cabinet cigars with smooth single malt scotch and the dress box would stand up better to a cabernet, zinfandel or shiraz, if that makes sense... Again both are great but so different for the same vitola. - Submitted by Dr. Wu on July 31, 2006

Review #48: Very interesting cigars brand that deserve a special atention ! As far as i'm concern i need a good lunch before i smoke this type of cigar. It's a strong cigar, but not harsh or to choke on. And it feels good to have a strong one every now en then. Personnaly i cannot appreciate a cigar if i smoke the same one all the time ! It's the second time i smoke Bolivar, i didn't like the first one but i had to try again. Very satify !!! Different taste, i liked it and i'm sure that i will like it even more with time. I will get another one this week-end coming. - Submitted by beaver on July 12, 2006

Review #47: This is a good hour long smoke.To me it had a chocolate taste with a bit of black pepper.It got leathery and creamy in the second half.Overall anice little break form "reality". - Submitted by afuentelover on July 3, 2006

Review #46: Just received dress box ZTV late 2005 production run. This factory rolled a lot of Cohiba's last year. I can see why. These beautiful, smooth oily wrapped cigars, to me, represent the best bargin for Habanos you can find right now, an hour long smoke for about $5.50. I will second BigYesta's (who I do not know at all) comments whole heartedly regarding this box I just received: "...WHAT A CLASSIC CUBAN.... THESE ARE SO VERY VERY INTOXICATING AND FLAVORFULL, TRADEMARK BOLIVAR AROMAS. THE TOBACCO IS SO WELL CULTIVATED AND AGED THERE IS NO AMONIA AT ALL." For as young a cigar as these are I could hardly believe the lack of amonia and complexity of flavors and smooth, deep and rich, refined and balanced smoke. PURE PLEASURE. May the cabinet of 50 I have from POS factory (which I noticed is currently rolling MC2s, RASS, PSD#4, and Boli Beli Finos - so that was enough to sell me on a cab of PCs from there) be just as fine. Spend more if you like, but for an hour of this at under $5.75 please let me know what you find thats better! - Submitted by Dr. Wu on June 23, 2006

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