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H. Upmann Magnum 46

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

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Review #73: I have just smoked my 20th out of a cabinet of 25 (JUN 05)and this is my second review for the Magnum 46. They are tremendous, and really starting to mellow. They are starting to taste like an antique furniture store, just woody and aged! My dilemma now is whether my next box should be another box of these or back to my staple Ramon Allones Specially Selected. I was even thinking of trying the Juan Lopez Selection 2 robusto, it seems to have had some excellent reviews too! - Submitted by cjarman on October 12, 2006

Review #72: The aged H. Upmann Magnum 46 I just smoked. Holy cow...I mean it...this cigar was incredible. I was organizing the Aristocrat today and came upon all sorts of "oldies." I've always been a fan of the Mag-46 but never can I recall one this good. It was probably from '00 or '01--from my recollection. For those who are also aging some; rest-assured; you are in for a real treat down the road. Good, aged-Cuban tobacco...Nothing like it. - Submitted by Shooter on September 15, 2006

Review #71: This habano is definately one of my favorite smokes. The flavor seems to get better and better with each draw. I ended up wishing I had a pair of tweezers to hold this guy towards the end. However, I felt no compromise in burning my fingers to savor it's taste until the very last pull. Good wood and leather leave their mark from the middle down. It seems as though the salty shores of Cuba put something into the soil that is unrivaled by any other growing conditions. The Magnum 46 goes great with a cold glass of home brewed sun tea. Hold the sugar... this cigar doesn't need any sweetening, at all!!! - Submitted by rbarnhill on August 25, 2006

Review #70: This is the best Upmann I've tried so far.Starts out mild but gets vesry complex and creamy toward the end.Upmanns are truniqe in their flavor and you should always have at least a couple sticks in you humidor for something different once in a while. - Submitted by afuentelover on August 25, 2006

Review #69: A really good daytime smoke as it is not too strong but has lovely subtle woody flavours. You wouldn't choose it for an after dinner smoke as you would need a bit more ligero tobacco to break through the flavours of a heavy meal. The Magnum 46 has a place in my humidor for everyday daytime smoking. A true pleasure to smoke while reading the paper! - Submitted by cjarman on August 7, 2006

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