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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 #95: I bought a box of these after reading all the positive reviews on this site. Box date ROA FEB 06. Ive smoked two so far, one today and one about a month and a half ago. Beautiful almost sweet pre-light smell, nice construction, great burn and draw. Lots of smoke. However this is where things take a turn. These just do not taste good to me. Woody is about the best way to describe it. Doesn't seem to have that "twang". Taste and flavor don't develop at all. I can't help but feel i wasted money on this box. - Submitted by KoukiS14 on March 12, 2007


Review #94: Smoked my first from a box dated Aug. 06, and it was excellent. The construction was flawless. Very little veins in the wrapper, with a nice brown color throughout.The cigar felt very light in weight, and I thought that it would have a loose draw, but it was perfect. Burn was outstanding. Flavors were balanced, nothing overbearing,nice creamy smoke, slightly spiced. I would classify it as medium-full, leaning more towards the medium. Overall a superb cigar, worthy of the high ratings it gets. It's right up there with my other favorite, Bolivar Belicosos Finos. - Submitted by ihupaliw on March 11, 2007


Review #93: An very good cigar, with a subtle complexity that varies depending upon what time of day you smoke it. The draw is easy, but the cigar avoids getting hot. The box I smoked was Nov 05, which convinces me that a few years of storage will allow the cigar to develop into something truly extraordinary. - Submitted by johnr on February 26, 2007


Review #92: All I have to say is "Outstanding!" - Submitted by puros71 on February 24, 2007


Review #91: This really is a delicious smoke! However, its not a stick you can just smoke and daydream, it keeps you on your toes. After the first 1 to 2 inches it begins to pummel your palette with flavour and intensity that just keeps building right to the nub! A very sobering smoke! - Submitted by Sean Potter on February 23, 2007


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