Bolivar has been one of the world most beloved cigar since its creation in Cuba many years ago. Following the embargo, the brand was brought to its modern home deep in the fertile valleys of Honduras. The Cuban Bolivar was known for its deep rich flavor, and the Bolivar Cofradia continues that tradition. It was first blended by the great Estelo Padron. It uses a blend of vintage long filler tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua followed by a delicious Connecticut binder. It comes in two different yet equally delectable wrapper options. You can enjoy a savory Ecuadorian Sumatra or a rich and robust Connecticut Broadleaf maduro. These bad boys are pretty strong, so make sure to sit down with a drink when you light one up.