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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 #120: This is the smoke I defenitly want more and more. The fantastic aroma makes me smoking untill last 1 cm . Every time after finishing this amzing baby, only one thought passes through my mind, I WANT ANOTHER ONE! It is my best smoke among all PCs (Monty No.4, Partagas MF, Cohiba Siglo II, RYJ PC,RYJ MF, Punch Coronations, Upmann Majestic...) I tried before. If you ask me what kind notes I pick up at 1/3,2/3..., I would like say the notes all I get is called "Pleasant". Cheers! ( Box from Year 2010) - Submitted by Taotianchristopher on November 1, 2011

Review #119: Brought one to try while in Canada and Wow the Canadians act like they want folks to stop smoking Cigars with the prices that they are charging. But anyway the this fine little Cigar was worth the price. Deep leather, bitter chocolate, earth and a little pepper. Even slow burn!! Oh well there goes another $15 bucks!! - Submitted by IMARK on September 7, 2011

Review #118: MAY 07 Typical Bolivar profil, and surprisingly full for such a small gauge. Enjoyed the bold aroma even when smoking outdoors. The blend of this vitola, provided a perfect burn. The previous one I smoked was about a year ago, and I remember it being a little too harsh, and it seems that an extra year has added considerable smoothness. It paired nicely, for my tastes, with a cappuccino. - Submitted by ihupaliw on April 23, 2011

Review #117: JAN 00 I agree with someone's assessment that if you have to smoke only one cigar for the rest of your life it would be this one! It has perfect construction, even burn, nice firm ash, great volume of smoke and a typical Bolivar full taste. Not for novices! - Submitted by Paul Miklo on January 26, 2011

Review #116: ---   this petit corona is a great appetizer,good straight out of the box,last about thirty or so minutes, has a full bodied taste with a very earthy background similar to the siglo II but consistant.highly recommended. - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010

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