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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 #33: A very well constructed, with even burn, cigar. Excellent feeling holding it, robust, with even construction. Professional crescendo of tastes, fruit notes, nuts, giving place to earthy tastes and bits of leather. Never too strong, but gives a feeling of satisfaction, fullfillment, gratification. One of the best Corona Gordas. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on May 2, 2005

Review #32: Factory Code: SCE Date: May \'04 Very nice Corona Gorda this. They smell divine pre- lighting. When lit they burn well, a little hot on lighting but almost immediately this settles down. They are well constructed and are a real treat. Lots of smoke, plenty of complex flavour, not overly strong (not as strong as a Cohiba). I\'m looking forward to trying these after a couple of years in the Humi as I think a bit of age on these and they will be a GREAT cigar. - Submitted by peter bond on March 30, 2005

Review #31: Michael, if you can let them rest at least for a full year, you'll be greatly rewarded. However, I have tried 5 year olds that are just awesome. It depends in how you like your cigar: more time equals a smoother, more balanced smoke. Less time a stronger, harsher, in-your-face flavoured cigar. - Submitted by Estrella on February 15, 2005

Review #30: I just got a box of these from my supplier. Any advice on how long I should age these would be appreciated. Thanks. - Submitted by Michael on February 15, 2005

Review #29: Absolutely superb, starts off to the lighter side of medium and develops just into full past the halfway point, but never really strong. Stands out proud in the H. Upmann range. Creamy, fruity flavours, espresso, cocoa, reminiscent of Romeo y Julieta Hermoso but more refined and complex. Magnifiscent construction and always seems to be the same. Perfect after lunch or a light dinner with coffee when you have 50 minutes to relax and enjoy. - Submitted by A. Dyer on February 1, 2005

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