Bolívar Coronas Junior, Cuban Cigar Information
The shortest Cigar in the Bolivar portfolio, the Coronas Junior measures in at 110mm and 42 ring gauge.
The Coronas Junior is an excellent Cigar if you are looking for a short thirty minute smoke that packs in a lot of punch. All the Bolivar type flavours are there, including earth, leather and black coffee notes.
Other Short Bolívars
The Habanos discontinuations programme of the last ten years has not been kind to the Bolívar brand. Two other vitolas in the Bolívar range that have been discontinued in recent years that would have made an excellent choice for your thirty minute smoking break is the Bonitas and Demi Tasse.
Discontinued in 2009, the Bolívar Bonitas is a slighly smaller Cigar than the current production Bolívar Petit Corona, but the blend was devised as such to make the Cigar a more medium bodied smoke that the Petit Corona. I haven't seen any vintage boxes around, so if you stumble accross a box I would advise you snap it up.
The Bolívar Demi Tasse, although discontinued in 2002 can still be found in typical brick and mortar stores if you look hard enough.
Stephen Griffiths' Reviews
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|Here's my review of the Bolivar Coronas Junior, the smallest Bolivar Cigar in current regular production. Bolívar Coronas Junior||
1.5 out of 5