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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 #189: I am a relatively new cigar smoker only really started in the last year or so. Prior to that enjoyed cigars but only once or twice a year. That said, very good cigar. Perfect size and gauge for me. Brilliant first 3rd. Chocolate undertones. Lots of smoke. Slightly uneven burn which settled down in the first third. Firm ash. Smoked well throughout. Peppery taste in final third but never unpleasant. Smoked down to the final inch. Will buy some more. - Submitted by Rustyman on December 29, 2016

Review #188: MAR 12 These are the best robusto's on the market, IMHO. I have been through three boxes from 2012 and all were oily, perfect burning, and full of moderately strong, typical Bolivar flavors, peppery, creamy, and spicy coffee. They are not as dark or strong as the belicosto's, and for me, that is a good thing because the Robusto's are so smooth, expecially after a good meal. - Submitted by owensinco on October 8, 2016

Review #187: These are in my top 3 of "Sunday afternoon cigars". The first and second thirds are so much relaxing, very smooth. The final third have a little more character but always with that subtlety. The look is beautiful (a subtel box-pressed one with a nice wrapper), the feel is nice and silky and the draw is very open (no effort needed). At the end, you have a smart and harmonious cigar. - Submitted by YellowSpeed on December 22, 2015

Review #186: JUL 13 very tasty and certainly lives up to the hype.imho it is a 8.8 very unique taste. i will definetly be smoking a few more of these . not a powerhouse like the Partagas D4 but a very fine vitola. Dont be shy . ENJOY. - Submitted by kevin jones on October 31, 2015

Review #185: Rich coco bean, salty, beautiful and oily cigar. Little spacy from the beginning, full of flavor, complex, earthy and woody. I bought 10 Royal Coronas in Tubos, but first they need some weeks in my humi until to smoke. 9/10 to me. - Submitted by sayidre on October 12, 2015

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