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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

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Review #64: First from box recieved COH-HK, code "POS Jul 06". Outstanding robusto beautiful wrapper dark and shiny, wonderful bouquet and excellent draw through out. Started mild with slightly sweet medium spice and developed into creamy chocolate and stronger spice after the first inch, very firm ash, burn was great. Great medium - full smoke that remained smooth through too the final inch. I look forward to seeing how this will develope cocidering how enjoyable it was at this young age. - Submitted by randallp on March 12, 2007

Review #63: Had the pleasure of smoking one of these tonight. A birthday gift from a friend. Let me say in the last week, I sampled a San Luis Rey lonsdale from 2000, and a 2001 Partagas lonsdale. The flavors in this Bolivar, for me, were stronger, better, and more defined then the 2 previously mentioned. Even though it was a stick from probably no earlier than 2004, it was for me, the most enjoyable cigar I smoked this week. Rich and earthy, and when blowing out through nose, was very smooth, with some velvety sweetness. I would say it is medium to full bodied and it possessed alot of the cuban "twang". Many cigar afficianados wont even smoke a cigar unless it has 4 or 5 years on it, but let me tell you, this blend although tasting a little young or shall I say, not completely developed was very satisfying. If you like cigars, you won't be let down by this one. If I had the money I would definitely purchase a box to sit on as well smoke, and it is definitely worth having in anyone's rotation. Some Bolivar's for me have been hit or miss, but this one is definitely a winner. - Submitted by Jimbo on February 21, 2007

Review #62: This is Amazing! A true complex cigar! In the beginning very mild...almost been fooled! After the 2/3 aroma kicked in with a tender floral goodness...then at the last 1/3 ...suprise!! I was in spice heaven!! NEver tasted such a steakhouse spice in a cigar like this!!! I would get another one to keep in the humi for the very special occassion........spice spice and SPICE!! no wonder this is rated the best by Aficoindo this year! - Submitted by expresso on February 21, 2007

Review #61: great cigar, impacable draw, Very good (strong) flavor. Buy it ! - Submitted by krishmetz on February 12, 2007

Review #60: Just received last week a box with a AGO 06 box date. Very good appearance with a nice colorado wrapper. I've had two sticks and they are a fine tribute to the former general himself. Loaded with spice and cacao, the cigar starts out bold and then mellows a bit towards the second third and then takes off again, and is great down to the nub. Excellent construction and a pleasure to hold. While not the powerhouse Bolivar once was in the mid 90's, this cigar is highly recommended. - Submitted by enriquez on February 5, 2007

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