History of BOLIVAR

In 1901, the Rocha Cuban Cigar Company began producing this outstanding brand – the Bolívar. Named after the infamous General who freed South America from the Spanish, the Bolívar cigar is often compared to the character of the great General himself – strong, powerful and robust in every way. Today, Bolívar cigars are thought to be amongst the strongest, most full-bodied cigars produced in Cuba. The Bolívar cigar is not for the beginner; it's distinctively strong flavor and robust nature draw mostly seasoned Havana aficionados. Oddly, at one time the Rocha Bolívar was famous for offering the world's smallest Cuban cigar, the Delgado, measuring only 1 7/8 inches by 20 ring gauge. It is said that the royal nursery at Windsor Castle once housed a spectacular dollhouse complete with a miniature box of Bolívar Delgado cigars in residence.

BOLIVAR Petit Coronas Box of 25

Petit Coronas
Petit Coronas
  • Ring Gauge: 42
  • Cigar length: 129 mm / 5.08'
  • Strength: Medium to Full Body
  • Vitola: Petit Corona

As they go this Bolivar is a kitten, however, Bolivars are generally stronger than most! If you have smoked a cigar before and are just getting acquainted with Cubans this Petit Coronas is ideal for you. You can practice grappling with the power and the draw of a Cuban cigar. For those more experienced smokers this cigar offers its services as a perfectly balanced, tasty little fellow that you can smoke freely during the day due to its lack of pungent aftertaste. There is a nice sweetness to this cigar and it was Rick that pointed it out to me, I had been trying to describe the wet earth and coffee-cocoa taste, but I had missed out the sugary aspect of the cigar.


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