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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #139: AUG 08 Nice looking dark brown wrapper, but uneven burn/draw. Second half much better. Aromas of toast/chocolate. Overall, not as good as I was expecting, perhaps needs more aging. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on April 20, 2009

Review #138: JUL 08 Batch Info: I purchased a box of 25 from Las Casa Del Habanos in Varadero Cuba. The box date was Jul 08. The humidor humidity was high at 85%. I smoked this cigar in Cuba a few days after purchasing (I couldn’t help myself). I Toasted foot with a cedar stick before lighting. Look/Smell/Feel: These are powerful smelling un-lit cigars! I could only wish my residual lung volume was greater in order inhale the fresh aroma offered by the newly opened box. The outside appearance of both cap and wrapper was exactly what you would expect from a Cuban hand made cigar. Not the world’s best looking, but the quality is up there. The wrapper shade was a rich brown, a bit veiny yet beautiful! The feel was forgiving yet firm as a robusto should be. Draw: The draw was exactly what is to be expected from a robusto. Very easy draw with billowing smoke. Just enough pressure to satisfy any robusto lover. Burn: Keeping in mind the cigars humidity and youth, the ripeness played havoc with the burn consistency. I would catch the cigar running occasionally. Although, it did correct itself through the progression of the smoke. Taste: This cigar changed flavours through out the progression. It had all the rich notes in the blend one looks for in a Bolivar with no surprises. Clearly, the royal corona is not the strongest of the Bolivar line. Don’t get me wrong, this is a cigar with some serious strength. But it won’t knock an aficionado off his or her feet. Value: I paid $130cuc for the box of 25. In US that is roughly $165.00 (including the 11% penalty). I have sampled many International and Cuban cigars in this price range that simply cannot compete with Bolivar’s Royal Corona. To conclude I see great value in this cigar and would recommend to any experienced cigar lover. My cigar obviously needed some conditioning to be in true form. I would say one year of age at 70% would turn this cigar into a humidor VIP, no question about it!!! Anything more is only going to make this beauty cigar even better. - Submitted by LowKey on April 9, 2009

Review #137: I smoked a Bolivar this evening with a few friends. These robusto's have sat in my humidor for alittle ove a year. This was a great "Smoke". This powerful little cigar may become my favorite. on a scale of one to ten this was a ten! - Submitted by Esquirecigar on March 6, 2009

Review #136: DEC 05 Bought a box 3 years ago and split it with a friend. Right out of the box, unrested, it was a revelation of typical Bolivar profile; very strong yet complex and refined, it was a powerhouse that could deliver a strong punch even to the most experienced afficionados. "Not for beginners" was my first conclusion. So I put the others to rest wondering what this magnificent robusto would evolve into with age but couldn't keep myself from smoking one periodically to 'check on progress' now and then. 3 years later and I just indulged into the temptation of consuming the last one I had. By now it had mellowed down and was somewhat tamed compared to its younger days. The predominant punch of its youth gave way to the development of an even more complex set of flavours led by coffee, wood and earth. Although I mostly prefer the floral profile of a RASS, this cigar has definitely earned itself a reserved place in my humidor. I will age the next batch for more than 3 years... - Submitted by SmokeRings on February 25, 2009

Review #135: MAR 08 Smoked one as soon as received. This is a great cigar. Perfect draw, burn, taste, and strong. Didnt want it to end, and already thinking when I can have one tomorrow. Would rate it a ten, but want to try few more from box. - Submitted by quint1356 on February 6, 2009

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