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Bolivar Cofradia

$76.99 $95.76
The Bolivar Cofradia cigar is a handmade, hand-rolled cigar made in the Tabacalera San Andres La Romana, Dominican Republic. The cigar is made of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos...

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The Bolivar Cofradia cigar is a handmade, hand-rolled cigar made in the Tabacalera San Andres La Romana, Dominican Republic. The cigar is made of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos and has a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper. The cigar is named after the Venezuelan revolutionary Simon Bolivar.

Profile

Shapes Churchill, Petite Corona, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo

Wrapper Ecuador Sumatra

Flavor Heavy earthiness, bell pepper, cedar, and mild chocolate sweetness.

Origin Honduras

Brand and Production 

The Bolivar Cofradia cigar is a handmade, premium cigar created in 2006. It is made of a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers, with a Brazilian binder and Brazilian Connecticut wrapper. The Bolivar Cofradia has an Ecuadorian Sumatra Maduro wrapper. The cigars are available in three sizes: Toro (5 x 54), Robusto (6 x 50), and Torpedo (7 1/2 x 52).

Build Quality

The Bolivar Cofradia cigar is a well-made and-rollable cigar that smokers will enjoy. The construction of this cigar is excellent, with a well-rolled wrapper and tight seams. The draw is also very good, making it an enjoyable smoke all the way through. This cigar is a great value and would make a great choice for any smoker looking for an affordable yet high-quality cigar.

Shapes

Bolivar Cofradia cigars are hand-rolled in Honduras. They come in three sizes Churchill, Petite Corona, Robusto, Toro, and Torpedo. The cigars are made of Honduran tobacco and come in various colors, including blue, brown, green, and silver. The cigars have a smooth draw with flavors of earth and spice.

Wrapper

The new Ecuador Sumatra wrapper is a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers with a Brazilian binder. The wrapper is oily and has a smooth, slightly sweet taste. It is perfect for medium- to full-bodied cigars.

Flavor

When I fired up the Bolivar Cofradia, I got a heavy earthiness, bell pepper, cedar, and mild chocolate sweetness. This cigar is complex, with many different flavors that are all working together to create an enjoyable smoke. The burn was also very consistent throughout the cigar, which made it easy to enjoy. Overall, the Bolivar Cofradia is a great choice for an enjoyable cigar with plenty of flavors.

Conclusion

The Bolivar Cofradia Cigar is an excellent choice for a beginner or experienced smoker. It has a smooth, enjoyable flavor and is perfect for anyone looking for an affordable cigar. If you're looking for a quality cigar that won't break the bank, the Bolivar Cofradia Cigar is a great option

 

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