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H. Upmann Magnum 46

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:143
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Slide-lid box of 25


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Review #140: After smoking and comparing 3 different C.Gorda cigars (COHIBA S6) (Juan lopez S1) (H.Upmann 46).I proudly present to you my winner.It was the H.Upmann 46!!.Bravo. I believe this to be one of the finest Corona Gordas produced. There is nothing about the cigar which is other than delicious. It has a deep Colorado shade, is silky to the touch, and shows early oil.Rich, ambered, and woody spices, are the signature of this cigar. Discreet hints of powdery cocoa delightfully persist, from the first draw to the powerful, but all too soon, pleasant, finish. There is no need to smoke this cigar outdoors since it presents an agreeable aroma, neither harsh nor pungent. - Submitted by jimmy81 on April 13, 2009


Review #139: This is my favorite Upmann with most recent examples having an attractive ruddy wrapper. Expect a diverse array of flavors common to fine habanos--earth, spice, leather, and cocoa are prominent. Aged examples display beans and chestnut-like flavors that I particularly enjoy. Construction is always superlative and the cigar is great before or after a meal. - Submitted by jfury76 on March 21, 2009


Review #138: Τα τελευταία δύο χρόνια δεν είναι σταθερά καλό. Φαίνεται πως η αυξημένη ζήτηση και η συνεπακόλουθη μαζική παραγωγή, βλάπτουν σοβαρά την ποιότητα (και αυτού) του standard πούρου. Ειδικά η πρόσφατη A/T version του, είναι επιεικώς απαράδεκτη, κατασκευαστικά και καπνιστικά. Μια brand όπως η Upmann, που ανέκαθεν παράγει ποιοτικά πούρα, θα πρέπει να προσέξει πολύ τις blockbuster παραγωγές της, με τελευταίο απευκταίο- παράδειγμα την πανθομολογούμενη (μέχρι τώρα) μετριότητα του magnum 50. Επί του προκειμένου, παρηγορούμαι καπνίζοντας ένα υπέροχο 46άρι από μια 50άδα του 2005, αλλά φοβάμαι πως από δω και πέρα, θα ψάχνουμε να βρούμε τα πολύ καλά. Κι αυτό, χαμηλώνει αρκετά το μέσο όρο. - Submitted by cipu on March 10, 2009


Review #137: JAN 04 Hola. I do not use to give free stars to the cigars I taste, triying always to be realistic with the comments about the cigars I smoke. However, I found the very best SLB Cabinet of Magnum 46 cigars this 2008 year. The box has two stamps, one for the factory, month and year of production and a second stamp for an August 2004 Altadis - Habanos check. Nice Colorado Claro wrapper dress unbanded cigars, those ones who gave Magnum 46 prestige. The perfect traditional Cuban medium strength rich smoke. Easy to smoke, these cigars would be a nice introduction to all Habanos sceptical cigar smokers. - Submitted by olisiponense on December 25, 2008


Review #136: APR 07 Wow! Much, much better than the Magnum 50. The format, a Corona Gorda, allows a fully satisfying smoking session that won't take half a day of undisturbed enjoyment. Unlike recent specimens of the Magnum 50, it is not underfilled and the draw is perfectly calibrated. The delicate, discreetly oily, smooth and spotless light-brown wrapper covers an optimally bunched, high-grade blend. Cold draw gives away clear hints of joys to come. The initial puffs yield a typical cuban bouquet of spice, not overly unpleasant, that almost blots out all other flavours. But these rough edges quickly fade out, and the smoke becomes very balanced and complex. I still have a hard time naming the various aromas/flavours emanating from high-end vitolas, but I sure do know when I happen to smoke hot stuff... The Magnum 46, the 5 sticks I got from this 07 box at least, is quality through and through. There are no construction and/or burning issues and the tasting experience is well-above average. Any trace of tartness in this cigar is overcome by agreeable spiciness. Some chocolate does cling to your palate. A "strong yet sweet" cigar, which is what I am looking for in most premium Cubans. There is a welcome arrival of creamy strength for the finish that should please those preferring even more full-bodied smokes. Finger burnin' good! 9.5/10 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on December 20, 2008


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