Published September 19, 2015 5:00 pm PT
According to the Cuban Cigar website, the Bolivar Gold Medal was a pre-1960 release and was discontinued in 1992. The samples of Bolivar LCDH Exclusivo Gold Medal we tested (LSO-MAR08) are part of the La Casa del Habano production, reinstated in 2007 but discontinued in 2011.
The Cigar Sense panelists noted the following as key aromas:
- Entrance: fresh walnut, smoked, dark chocolate, coffee
- Center: dark chocolate, walnut, coffee, bread
- Finish: wood, coffee, leather
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