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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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

Average user rating

Review #74: I got the chance to smoke a Bolivar Royal Corona yesterday afternoon with a cup of espresso. The cigar was delightful excellent draw, beautiful aroma, and what a taste! This is a true habano delivering medium to full bodied clouds of sweet cedar with salty leather undertones to the palate. What I marveled the most about this cigar is that it was balanced, refined, and all its tastes were in perfect harmony. Overall, beautiful! - Submitted by PDL on May 4, 2007

Review #73: The royal corona is always a cigar that stands out to me. Great smoke everytime. cigar with a dose of youth. (Get past it and Enjoy) It starts out with a kick, but quickly rounds into a nutty and spicy cigar with a core of cinnamon. Medium to full body. - Submitted by halithug on May 2, 2007

Review #72: Several months of humidor time and the Royal Corona is beginning to settle down and create a very satisfying blend of flavors. Different flavor combinations within the box itself--some spicier than others. A great cigar getting better every month. - Submitted by jchitwood on April 14, 2007

Review #71: I bought two of these cigars to share with a friend whilst at the beach. Once they got going, they were ok however I am not a fan of the dark and earthy qualities that the smoke had. I usually smoke Cohibas and Partagas but I would reccomend this cigar to anybody who enjoys the flavours of Bolivars. - Submitted by BoliH62 on April 13, 2007

Review #70: Sweet and earthy, nice construction. I've had this one in my humidor for around a year now, and I'm sorry that I didn't get to it sooner. A slight change of pace from the normal Cuban flavours, but it still has the nice Cuban twang to it, to remind us that it's from the island. Very good. - Submitted by agraupe on April 5, 2007

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