The Bolivar belicoso finos has been one of the best selling Cuban cigars to date and for good reason. Even when young, its a good smoking cigar. Considered one of the more powerful cigars out of the Cuban brands, these age quite well and mellow out with age. I’ve had several of these over the years, usually with at least 5 or more years on them. I’ve always love them, but have never had one young. The point of this review was to see how they compare to well aged BBF, which they are lovingly called, so I got some with a box code of ULA DIC 2013. Let’s see how it did.
The original BOTL cigar was a collaboration between the online cigar community, BOTL.org, and Drew Estate. The original release sold out very quickly and was highly sought after on the secondary markets. I can’t remember which year that was, but I was able to get some of the original release as I was a member […]
After the huge success of the Rose of Sharon, Southern Draw released the Rose of Sharon Desert Rose at the 2019 IPCPR. The cigar is a limited release of 75,000 cigars for 2019 with production increasing to 150,000 for 2020 and 2021. The cigar is being made by AJ Fernandez as their in Esteli, Nicaragua. […]
Once Christian Eiroa sold Camacho to Davidoff in 2008, everyone wondered when he would be back in the cigar business. It didn’t take too long for him to come back to form CLE in 2012 and then brought out Eiroa a year later. Earlier in 2019, they released the Eiroa Dark which uses a darker […]