|Length||164 mm / 6.4 inches|
|Strength||Medium to Full|
Originally released as a French regional cigar with limited distribution, the Bolivar Libertador quickly gained a well-deserved regular release. It’s an aromatic delight for special occasions, featuring woody spice, fruit, and herbal complexity.
Bolivar Libertador Overview
Released in 2013 and exclusive to La Casa del Habano, the Bolivar Libertador quickly sold out. It became a favorite of cigar aficionados almost overnight.
The tight Toro shape and 54 ring gauge create a smooth, long-lasting smoking experience. A rich Maduro wrapper and long filler and binder further the impression of a perfect Cuban cigar making.
Thankfully, this exceptional cigar became a regular release.
Smoking a Bolivar Libertador
This hand rolled cigar has a consistent burn and requires little to no touch ups. The draw offers a pleasing resistance for the first two thirds and loosens towards the final third.
The Libertador has an unusual complexity combining woody spice notes with herbal and fruit flavors. The first third begins with fresh grassy aromas and slowly builds to a creamy cedar.
The second third develops coffee, hazelnut, and honey notes, and the final third finishes with a heady blend of baking spices with bitter cherry on the retro hale.
While the Liberator is more expensive than most other offerings from Bolivar, it provides an exceptional smoking experience even at its young age. This cigar promises to develop significantly when properly humidified and left to age.
Bolivar Libertador Experience
The Bolivar Libertador was created for regular cigar smokers who want to switch up their regular smoke and experience a limited edition style cigar. It’s a little wasted on beginners and a coveted inclusion in any serious connoisseur’s collection.