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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

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Review #20: One of my colleagues went to the USSR back in 1985 on business and located a master case of these for sale in a tobacco shop. He called me at 3AM eastern standard time and was like a kid in a candy store. He asked if i wanted to go in half with him on this purchase and i did. What a purchase we made. We were worried about how we could get them thru customs, and because he was on business and purchasing equiptment, we were able to ship the master case in with the machinery, with no problem. After aging quietly for 20 years plus we are finally breaking into these, actually we forgot about them, because we placed them in my fathers large walk-in humidor on the floor and covered them up with other boxes of bolivars. I knew they were there and just didnt tell my friend. Once opened the top layer of the boxes are covered in bloom, what a sight to behold. They construction is top notch, and they are packed as tight as a brick. they are probably the strongest cigars i ever smoked. The very strong tobaccos are almost overpowering at first, but after a few puffs they are true bliss. Words can not describe these decedent almost forbidden flavors and aromas. and knowing they came from the former Soviet Union is even more aluring. A true score of 100 if ever there was one. - Submitted by yesta grande on March 9, 2005

Review #19: This cigar came from a recently bought Aug 03 box. It lighted easily and gave immediately a strong dose of the characteristic rich earthy Bolivar aroma that continued the same during the entire session, perhaps picking some further spiciness during the second half. The burn and draw were excellent. A wonderful cigar that gave a full hour of pleasure. Indeed the Cuban marevas I have tasted so far - the lovely Siglo II, the robust MC4, the refined RyJ PC - are each great in their own way, appealing to different senses. The Boli PC surely belongs to this league. - Submitted by MM on March 6, 2005

Review #18: Jul.03 Great mareva. Great price point. Great construction, spice, earth and roundness. Medium building to full in flavor. Full in strength. About 40 mins. My new best friend. - Submitted by NorhPhilly on February 21, 2005

Review #17: Actually a quite decent 45 minute smoke with strong spicey flavors which for the most part did not change to my displeasure. Medium grey ash. Warning...this cigar packs a punch which begins to hit soon after you are finished. - Submitted by Poupon (Ottawa, Canada) on February 20, 2005

Review #16: EMS box from 2002. These Bolivar Petit Coronas had beautiful dark, velvety wrappers with a slight reddishness to them. There was a lot of green in the filler which could be seen on the foot and when the cap was cut. Firm draw but still produced plenty of delicious full flavoured smoke. Moist peaty earth, dark chocolate, rich and tangy like all good Bolivars. Burn line was not perfectly even but I never had to correct it with another match. Burnt slow and was extremely enjoyable. I smoked it after lunch on the veranda, it was mildly chilly. I know I would have enjoyed it more indoors after dinner a little later in the day. Goes really well with good strong creamy coffee with a drop of your favourite scotch in it. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 5, 2004

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