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Bolivar Belicoso 07

13 Comments 09 July 2008

Bolivar Belicoso 07


Strength: Medium to Full
Wrapper: Cuba
Binder: Cuba
Filler: Cuba
Style: Belicoso
Year: 07

With a perfect balance of flavor and aroma. The Bolivar Belicoso is the best Cuban I have smoked. The quality is amazing and it shines through out the entire cigar. With flavors of Sweet Oak, Floral and a gentle Spicy undertone, you will find the harmony of flavors to be tremendously pleasing. It’s a smooth smoking experience and you will not be disappointed. Its one outstanding cigar that you will remember smoking! Amazing!

Final Note: Amazed with the smoothness, the quality and the consistency of this cigar. I was truly in “awe” after smoking this cigar. And i finally found a cigar that i can put up on a trophy case next to the Padron 1964. I’m not saying they are the same cigar, NO. What i am saying is, they are both amazing cigars in there own ways, with different qualities. And oh man …. do i love em’ both!

Final Grade: A+

Your Comments

13 Comments so far

  1. Lisa B. says:

    How ironic! I just smoked a Bolivar petit corona the other day after a long hiatus from Cuban smokes. I got the same floral and spice notes in my little smoke. Great cigar indeed.

  2. Agent 15 says:

    Hey Lisa,

    nice! gonna have to give them a try :) im a huge fan now, so it needs to happen asap.

  3. doc8466 says:

    I’ve been reading every cigar blog/review site for months now and have never felt compelled to post any responses until now.
    Having access to a Casa del Habanos for the first time, I’ve had the luxury of trying everything I’ve heard and read about for so long. I too was completely mystified as to all the hype surrounding such cigars as the Series D #4, HDM Epi, Cohiba Siglo, Upman, Monte #2….the list goes on. But then I lit up a Boli #2 (tubo) and BAM! there it was. An amazing smoke like no other I’ve had in the past 12 years. Couldn’t describe it to save my life it was so unique, but it was definitely very smooth and creamy, and when I ‘retrohaled’ through my sinuses it was absolutely superb. This is the only ISOM I’ll smoke from now on.

  4. Agent 15 says:


    wow it makes me feel pretty good about being the first, thanks so much :) Im glad we’re both on the same boat. The Bolivar has done it for me, its simply amazing. I never thought i would give a cigar such a high grade. I especially never thought i would be in love with a cigar lol

    Thanks again for the comment!

  5. M.J. says:

    Great review, Dennis! I’ve only had one ISOM which I put down halfway and traded for a Padron. I dunno what it was (band was removed) but I don’t want it again. Ill have to check out the Bolivars a soon as I can get my hands on one!

  6. art says:

    Hate to break it to you, but the photo shows a fake Bolivar. Real Bolivar labels have a robust red colored arc under the word Habana. This one is clearly counterfeit. Hope you didnt pay too much.

  7. Agent 15 says:


    i smoke plenty habanos daily, fakes are not in my vocab. i smoked Boli’s from 96 to 08’s, i can tell a fake boli if i ever smoke one. this pic was taken with my old camera, it takes pics with off colors (which is why its my old cam lol)

    i’ll probably take new pics with my new cam, for this one and other cigars. thanks tho.

  8. Clampdown says:

    I only smoke fake Cubans, and this one is real. A high flash can distort or washout those red colors rendering said experts to be mistaken.

  9. Art says:

    You’ve lost all creibility.
    The picture is an obvious fake.
    You need to add the word to your vocabulary from now on, cuz that’s what you’re smoking.
    Those labels are purchased online for next to nothing for a hundred labels!
    I travel back and forth to Cuba for business and have watch Bolivars made!
    You have a fake.

  10. Art says:

    Add fake to your vocabulary, because that’s what you got.

  11. clampdown says:

    As a wise man once told me, “Its not like these bands were printed at the Franklin Mint”

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