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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

Average user rating

Review #57: Although I wrote a favorable review on the 46 back in the summer of 2004 when the house changed the blend in May or so, I'm writing in response to Kathleen, reviewer #54, and her request for information comparing it to the SLR Series A. The 46 is, in my opinion, pound for pound one of the top three Habanos over the past few years. That said the SLR Series A is right there too. Similiar in strength, the SLR is a bit more musky and equally complex and rich. The wrapper is caramel in color with a silky matte feel. Great aromas and overall highly recommended. Enriquez - Submitted by enriquez on January 28, 2006

Review #56: Review #54 Why don't you just look here? Saint Luis Rey Serie A - Submitted by DDP on January 27, 2006

Review #55: If I can't decide what to smoke: I normally end up with a Padron Aniversario 1964 or the H Upmann Magnum 46. This cigar has very complex taste and if aged properly gives hints of nuts and chocholate. It has an even burn, good draw and a good finish. Another finger burner - Submitted by jn-888 on January 27, 2006

Review #54: I have a question for anyone who has the time from their busy schedule to respond. I'm curious about the Cuban Saint Louis Rey A cigar. How does it compare to the Cuban H. Upman Magnum 46 in regards to flavor and strength? I'm tempted to buy a box of the Cuban Saint Louis Rey A cigars. I appreciate your responses in advance. Thank you. - Submitted by Kathleen on January 27, 2006

Review #53: I recently posted a review about this cigar, and I couldn't resist firing one up after a week in my humidor. After the first draw, I realized that this cigar is simply amazing. I smoked it to the nub. Next to the Cuban Bolivar Belicoso, this cigar is one of my favorites. I couldn't believe the incredible balance of flavor and strength of this cigar. I can definitely agree with Reviewer 51 on how difficult it will be to allow these cigars to rest without being tempted to smoke them on a daily basis. I can't wait to try them after aging them in my humidor over several months without being tempted to smoke them. These cigars are excellent. - Submitted by Kathleen on January 27, 2006

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