When it comes to cigars, the name Bolivar is synonymous with history and quality. Named for the famed 18th century Venezuelan warrior Simon Bolivar, this medium-to-full bodied Dominican stogie, first produced back in the 1950’s and still as luscious today, is chock full of bold flavor that is the result of an exquisite blend of tobaccos from the Dominican and two of the best Nicaraguan growing regions: lush Esteli and volcanic Ometepe. Add in the Cuban-seed Medio Tiempo binder and dark, oily San Augustin Ligero wrapper and it becomes clear why it’s a classic that has satisfied generations.
Firmly in the category of a cigar recommended for experienced smokers, the Bolivar is great for a fishing expedition with a warm sun is overhead and plenty of cold suds nearby. Even before reaching the proverbial sweet spot, you’ll find the cigar a straightforward strong and dry smoke with abundant coffee notes and some pepper at the back of the palate and during the retrohale. Similar in style and price to the Gurkha G5 Avenger and more affordable than a Cohiba Puro Dominicana, it’s a cigar that will liberate you from a stressful day and leave you ready and relaxed for your next conquest. Try one today.
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