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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


Average user rating


Review #127: FEB 07 Excellent cigar, with great draw, full of taste with coffee, dark chocolate, wood and great tobacco present. Great construction and even better colour! One must smoke!!! - Submitted by vali on July 4, 2008


Review #126: Excellent cuban. Very pleasant though sturdy taste that remains throughout most of the cigar. Long smoke time and delicious flavour makes for a very relaxing smoke. So very suitable to enjoy in the evening. - Submitted by PimmesNL on June 15, 2008


Review #125: This was my first experience with an Upman and it was a very good one indeed! It was the combination of the 'mildness' but at the same time very developed flavour that did it for me. I had not experienced this before (but I am also still relativly new in this cigar league). The only point not putting this on an instant top spot was the quite uneven burn it had in the first 1/3 of the cigar. - Submitted by Shami on June 5, 2008


Review #124: JUN 07 For those Gorda fans -I am one of them- this is an all time classic stick. Burns nicely, fully flavored, makes you feel sad when it finishes. This one along with the Saint Luis Rey serie A are top Gordas. - Submitted by El Greco on June 2, 2008


Review #123: JUL 04 I broke into the cab of Magnum (LLN JUL04) in hopes to find cigars without bands but here they are. Probably they started to put them on in the beginning of 2004. I donít know exactly why but I prefer cigars without bands in my cabinets. Colorado, almost Maduro wrapper on this cigar was looking pretty good. When this box arrived wrappers appeared very dry and rather average but after 2-3 months they are stabilized and they are now shiny and much oilier. This was full, rich cigar with typical Upmann profile with flavors of roasted almonds, coffee and spices. Cuban rum Caney (anejo, centuria) was almost too mild companion for this one. There is a lot of controversy about Magnums from 2004 (I had my fair share of bad ones as well) but this batch is just wonderful. Not as complex as the best ones but way above average. After smoking a couple of cigars from this cabinet I ordered another cab with the same codes. - Submitted by Diademo on May 22, 2008


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