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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 #15: A very enjoyable smoke. - Submitted by cigarlover on November 18, 2004

Review #14: For those who can taste the filler from the wrapper this is the best mareva on offer IMO. This cigar is the grown-up brother of the tubos #2 and the difference is in the high quality filler used in the Bolivar PC which gives a very full bodied and creamy smoke. It is very reminiscent of the much more expensive Trinidad cigars. Beware this cigar is deceptively strong. - Submitted by tang on November 1, 2004

Review #13: My friend and I have recently tried a Petit Coronas. The first half of the cigar is acceptable, no more, but the last half and especially the last third was really bad. I do not understand all the nice reviews about this cigar. Try a good Cohiba instead, like the Siglo I (just a little more expensive than the Petit Coronas but well worth it) and you'll see quite a difference. - Submitted by Steve on August 27, 2004

Review #12: Great little powerhouse. Good size for an afternoon smoke, and one that will impress with lots of flavor and that good old cuban taste. Highly recommended. - Submitted by Juan Lopez on August 24, 2004

Review #11: Powerful. Best Mareva I've tried. Lacks the depth of the larger guage cigars but a very nice, strong, tasty little fellow. - Submitted by BillG on August 11, 2004

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Bolivar Petit Coronas

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