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H. Upmann Connoisseur No. 1

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:127
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25


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Review #18: Sorry to say, this isn't a favourite. I found the general feel and taste a little too dry and powdery, with a difficult draw. The sidestream smoke was very acrid and unpleasing. Maybe I need to try a few more to get a true feeling for them? I don't really know. Just to my tastes at present too bold and without any depth of character. kind of like arm wrestling with some steroided muscleman! If I discover defferent in future I will revise mt opinion. But at present, this is not a cigar I would desire to smoke again for pleasure. - Submitted by Tony38 on April 9, 2006


Review #17: An excellent cigar, to me it tasted like a short Magnum 46. Well constructed and nice draw. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on December 13, 2005


Review #16: this is a great smoke. - Submitted by loy on October 3, 2005


Review #15: Definately one for those that can appreciate it. Bought for $17AU (includes all the taxes) as a single cigar, i see myself smoking many more. Earthy and grassy to start, the smoke soon turned thick and creamy with a perfect burn and draw that leaves that hollow chest feeling. Definately up there with Series D No. 4 from Partagas and Hoyo's Epicure No. 2 in flavour for price. All my friends not using their duty free allowance on tobacco have been instructed to bring me back a full slide box. - Submitted by Heman Steve on August 15, 2005


Review #14: Second review, smoked a good few more now and love them. \'04 productions are superbly blended and these guys mature quickly. It\'s almost a gentle giant...granted not really a giant compared with the larger vitolas. It\'s consistent, superbly constructed, perfect burn and draws great every time releasing volumes of rich but mild smoke. Dry, mild earthyness, slight cocoa powder flavour and a constant and distinctive dusty, musty H. Upmann flavour and the Cuban twang develops as you smoke down as does it\'s spice. in the final third an extra dimension develops, very reminiscent of a good Romeo Churchill, what is often described as the \"down on the farm\" flavour assiciated with that cigar, just a tad lighter and plenty of spice by this point. All of mine have smoked to the last inch before even starting to become harsh. A wonderful and delicious morning or lunchtime cigar, complex, flavourful but delicate and I love that musty Upmann flavour. These age beautifully. - Submitted by A. Dyer on August 10, 2005


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