Bolivar Belicosos Finos

Bolivar Belicosos Finos

Origin : CubaBolivar
Format : Torpedo (Campana)
Size : 140 x 20.64 mm
Ring : 52
Weight : 12.45 g
Price : ~$13/piece

Bolivar Belicosos Finos is a very interesting cigar, I have to say that. Unusual blend.

Appearance : Rating: ★★★★★
Pretty chocolate wrapper, a lovely smoke.

Construction : Rating: ★★★★☆
A little loose in one spot on this particular one, but for the most part, it held the test of time.

Flavor : Rating: ★★★★½
This cigar is a tough one to describe. The first third came on with a mild woody taste, only a little spice. The second third began to reveal an odd mix of several flavors, wood fruit and spice. Very nice though. The final third came on a bit strong, but not so much you couldn’t enjoy it.

Value : Rating: ★★★★☆
Not a bad value for the price. I’d have to say it fits within the range it is priced at.

Overall Rating : Overall Rating: ★★★★½
An excellent smoke with only a minor drawback or two. Overall, I’d say it is well worth it. Likely a good early in the day smoke.

8 Comments on “Bolivar Belicosos Finos”

  1. One of my favorite along with the Partagas D4. Strong, powerful and rich flavor – not to be missed.

  2. Cigar Hunter says:

    Bloody well right this is a good old stogie. This here’s a stout little sheila, with enough spice to get you out of bed in the morning. Had a run in my second one, but nothing to fret about. All my mates will be getting one of these for Christmas.

  3. It’s a solid smoke, but overall I was unimpressed. There are far better smokes out there for half the cost. The first one that comes to mind is a Dominican H. Upmann.

  4. Smoking these before their 3rd birthday is a waste. Ideally you need to let them hit 5 years to get the most out of them.

  5. phathungarian says:

    Finished one 10 minutes ago…a good solid smoke, complex and smokes well. Good draw, thick silver smoke. A little too strong near the end. Worth to try, in my opinion.

  6. mmp92130 says:

    just had this cigar; it’s a very powerful cigar, stronger then Partagas 4; very full and rich in flavor: cinamon/nutmeg/wood flavor; outstanding in my opinion; very well constructed (the one I had); I’d say it’s like Ch. Latour of Cuban cigars; Partagas #4 being a Mouton Rothschild; Montechristo #2 Haut Brion and Trinidad a Lafite; (I’m still working on that comparison…)

  7. World Traveller says:

    Good cigar, but strong. Not for beginners.

  8. Im sitting on a balcony pre dinner and could not wait to light this. Im glad i did. First third was a full slice of rich chocolate cake, middle third was a dark rum with a cinnamon sprinkle.. the final third i will enjoy after dinner.. though this cigar feels like a good meal in itsself. Better than a monte 2. On par with the partagas P2 in my humble opion.

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