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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 #12: I've been through boxes of these over the years and cannot for the life of me understand why the Magnum 46 doesn't command more attention and respect, and much higher prices. But I'll gladly live with a bit of obscurity and hope the rest of the world doesn't figure out what a fabulous cigar this is, year in, year out. A bit rustic looking, but while it isn't necessarily pretty, the cigar is built for function. Wrappers are typically colorado maduro to outright maduro. more than a bit veiny. The draw is extremely generous -- you will get a rich mouthful of smoke with the slightest effort, and you should not huff and puff or you will overheat the cigar terribly. The flavors are rich and tend to the 'bass' end of the spectrum -- dark roasted coffee and chocolate, leather, peat, darkly toasted walnut oil. By the last third, you are getting the 'pedal point' -- rich, somber, heady, woodsy flavors abound. This is a cigar that begs for aging. Try one about five years old and see what I mean. - Submitted by chambolle on May 9, 2004


Review #11: Probably the best in this size and price range I've had - Submitted by Jmurman on April 28, 2004


Review #10: Box date MAR03. Took just a bit of aging, but these have developed into everything that the folks below have written. Big mouthfuls of rich smoke with some sweet notes. Quite powerful with a long, delicious finish. One of the premier cigars in this format. - Submitted by tomhowzer on April 21, 2004


Review #9: Definitely the strongest cigar in the Upmann line. Full of sweet flavours, never bitter or sharp. Starts out seeming quite mild but very quickly hits you as a strong-medium to full bodied smoke. I'd never smoke one without having had a good meal beforehand. A powerfull and tasty cigar. Surely one of the finest corona gordas. - Submitted by willisoften on April 12, 2004


Review #8: Great depth in flavor. Initial peppery spices mixes with earth and leather and finishes with nutty tones. A powerhouse cigar. Definite Habano "tang." - Submitted by olateone on March 10, 2004


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H. Upmann Magnum 46


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