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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 #164: JAN   Smoked one from LRE JAN 10. Very nice smoke for being so young. Nice spice, some graham cracker and cinnamon notes. Bitter toward the end but good nonetheless. - Submitted by vivalanation734 on January 5, 2011

Review #163: ---   this royal corona goes great after a good meal,in my case lobster tail and a fine whisky,started out with a hint of spice,half way had a creamy nutmeg flavor,had a grat draw all the way through the band. highly reconmended. - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010

Review #162: ---   Royal corona is definitely member of the Bolivar family. It has the same characteristics as its bigger brother coronas gigante. Although, I would say that it's tiny notch milder which is, of course, understandable. Familiar earthy tones greet the smoker and you can't miss the taste of espresso and dark chocolate. Very enjoyable full bodied cigar. Good choice if you crave a Bolivar but you don't have the time for gigante. - Submitted by Finn on November 21, 2010

Review #161: --- 08 After reading the good reviews on this stick, I decided to give this a shot. Unfortunately, I was not too impressed. The draw was airy and the flavours were mulled, sort of diluted. The burn was uneven with a noticeable cavity in the filler but it corrected itself around the tail end of the second third. Straightforward earthiness with tobacco in a rich, thick smoke. Some sweet honey notes, woody tones but not much else. Perhaps the poor construction caused these issues. I would probably try again but will be more wary to choose one that is perhaps better filled. - Submitted by sengjc on October 29, 2010

Review #160: ---   Great cigar with a nice draw. With all cigars the smoker should take slow draws, and keep the cigar more in the hand than the mouth to just enjoy the tobacco. Puff on these a cigar too much and they'll tar up and sour. Bolivar Royal Corona is a cigar that needs to be smoked slowly. Chocolaty with some short bursts of orange. Bolivar, always my favourite. - Submitted by Marcel Z on October 11, 2010

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