7 responses

  1. Corbin
    November 10, 2007

    Ah yes, a wonderful cigar indeed. Though I do have to agree that I did catch that staleness, but I didn’t detect it until after I was done with the smoke itself. Overall though, I really liked it.

  2. Striker
    November 29, 2008

    Very even burn and excellent 100% Cuban taste profile after I let this one rest about 1 year in the humidor. Full-bodied high quality churchill.

  3. Dantes
    January 26, 2009

    Less known than Esplendidos or Sir Winstons, these definitely deserve attention. I have a box dated MAR-04 and it’s pure bliss. Excellent consistency and a full-flavored taste of quality tobacco. I’m always nubbing them.

  4. rotten72
    July 6, 2009

    I was smitten with the Partagas Lusitanias until I smoked this one. This was my first Bolivar and it opened me up to trying new cigars from Cuba. I’m so fortunate that my friend gives me samples to try and is willing to split boxes with me, and if I don’t like something I can return them and get something else.

  5. DJ
    October 26, 2009

    Step with me, Sherman, into the WayBack Machine, so we can sample the joys available way back in 2007 (that’s about 12 years ago in internet time!).

    There: Now I have posted on the very first entry. Thanks Cigar Inspector!

  6. meneer
    October 5, 2010

    Great churchill,full of aroma,not too strong,every kind of tropycal flavour in a perfect balance.A “crescendo Rossiniano” evolution.My favourit cigar.My choise in a desert isla (Cuba?)

  7. phathungarian
    May 13, 2011

    something about Bolivar, they are always really well made smokes. I would say they have the best construction of Cuban cigars. And it is important to me.

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