Bolívar Petit Coronas, Cuban Cigar Information

Along with the Por Larrañaga Petit Coronas, my favourite 'go to' Cigar of this size. Possibly one of the strongest vitolas available in terms of flavour in the Bolívar range, the Petit Corona has strong notes of leather, spice and espresso. The cabinet of fifty are highly recommended if you can source yourself a box.

Bolívar Petit Coronas
Bolívar

Bolívar

Country: Cuba
Strength: Full
Cigar Name: Petit Coronas
Size: Petit Corona
Factory Vitola: Marevas
Ring Gauge: 42
Length (mm): 129mm

Status: Currently Available.
Packaging Type: Dress Box of 25
Launch Year: Pre-Revolution
Information last updated on Wednesday, 3rd September 2014.
Bolívar Petit Corona Cabinet of 50 Dress box containing twenty five Bolívar Petit Coronas.

Additional Information

Tasting Notes

I really like the Bolívar Petit Coronas because for it's size, it's feisty and packs a lot of Bolívar-esque flavour in a forty five minute smoke. If you're looking for full bodied Petit Coronas, then the Bolívar, and the Partagás Petit Coronas Especiales are my suggestions to you.

Cabinet of Fifty Discontinuation

One of my favourite purchases up until it's discontinuation in 2012 was the Bolívar Petit Coronas in a cabinet of fifty. As my go to Cigar, being able to purchase a cabinet of these utterly delicious sticks was always a treat. Cabinets are still available to purchase as of June 2013 in some European brick and mortar Cigar stores, however due to their desirability amongst Cigar smokers who like medium to full bodied Cigars, these are being snapped up extremely quickly.

The only Petit Corona available in cabinets of fifty as of June 2013 is the Por Larrañaga Petit Coronas. However, this Cigar is not more light to medium bodied than the Bolivar.

Similar Cigars

Partagás Petit Coronas Especiales

Partagás Petit Coronas Especiales
Cigar Name: Petit Coronas Especiales
Size: Petit Corona
Factory Vitola: Marevas
Ring Gauge: 42
Length (mm): 129mm

Status: Currently Available.
Information last updated on Friday, 8th November 2013.
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