Although it could be mistaken with a Piramide, this Habano from Bolivar is a Campana, a tapered cigar that has the same gauge, although it is somewhat shorter. It is smoother than the Montecristo No. 2 and the Upmann No. , two Piramides, since the difference in length of 16 mm (2/3 of a inch) gives them more potency. It has very good draw and excellent combustion, being The strongest of the Bolivar Cigars.
|Length||5.5 inches (140 mm)|
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