Bolivar Royal Coronas
|Length||124mm / 4.9 inches|
Bolivar is a well-known brand of cigar or you can say that Bolivar is the best brand in the manufacture of cigars. That has taken numerous cigars from 1901 to date.
Bolivar is among the strongest as well as the most full-bodied of all Habanos.
Experts say there is no competition to Bolivar in the manufacture of cigars.
People around the world who smoke cigars Bolivar appreciate products and that is the reason that Bolivar has covered a large cigar market for long.
What makes Bolivar Royal Coronas special?
The Bolivar Royal Corona is a standout smoke, one of Cuba’s reliably flavorful robustos and a former Cigar Aficionado Cigar of the Year back in 2005.
Bolivar Royal Corona is unusually smooth, and great to smoke fresh out of the box, as it never seems to pack sharpness along with its strength.
Heavy leather and the classic Bolivar earthiness throughout, with the slightest dash of minerality and cedar ever-present
How is the taste of Bolivar Royal Coronas?
Bolivar Royal Coronas explores sweet fruity, earthy and woody aromas without ever being aggressive.
Furthermore, the robust, delivers a sophisticated flavor bomb of a smoke with an array of rich character. Including touches of chocolate, coffee and leather.
The finish is long and it should only get better with age.
This combination of controlled power and seductive sweet flavors makes this Robustos very popular for the modern smoker.
How long does Bolivar Royal Coronas last?
Bolivar Royal Coronas has an average time of 45 to 90 minutes, until it is completely burnt.
So buy Bolivar Royal Coronas and have a wonderful long-lasting experience of its royal taste.
Which not only make your time amazing but worthy of spending.
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Glorious yet again! Milk chocolate, sweet spice and woods, mild cinnamon spice all wrapped in a creamy textured cedar.
–Tyler S. Sites
This is a great cigar. The draw was perfect lots of smoke even burn no touch ups. Wow this is what a cuban cigar should be