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H. Upmann Upmann No. 2

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

H. Upmann Upmann No. 2 Review:

What we have here is a famous torpedo. As this cigar has been compared to Montecristo No. 2, many smokers or guides say that H. Upmann No.2 is stronger than the Montecristo, but some others think the other way round. The explanation is simple. As said with H. Upmann No. 1, this cigar needs years of ageing to develop its whole potential, getting stronger as time passes by.

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Review #108: MAR 17 Have smoked countless boxes, and all pretty good, but I have to say my 2017 box was most impressive, despite being young. Tons of flavor change, a little light, but a very impressive smoke. Cedar, pine, chocolate, macadamia, and a little ginger and spice for flavor. 2017 box, has been the best I ever smoked, and I have smoked close to 20 boxes. - Submitted by mcwhmv on October 31, 2018


Review #107: ---   Oct2016 even at this young age and straight out the box after a month in customs great potential - currently smooth and slow burning with great construction. Much better than the last box I got a few years ago that had shocking construction and burn. Although smooth and seemingly fairly light these really creep up on you and finish of very much on the side of medium strength and flavour. A little like a mellow MC2 at the moment, I suspect will become a little fuller after some rest - 8.5 - Submitted by ian on June 9, 2017


Review #106: MAR 14 The H.upmann No. 2 is a very young cigar. With a box date of early 14 this cigar has great aging potential. With notes of toast, old coffee grounds, and wood this really is a stale cigar. No floral notes or sweetness but with years of age I can very easily see this cigar develop into a lovely and pleasant cigar. But right now, it is far too young and offeres very stale flavors. - Submitted by Hunterd16 on November 22, 2016


Review #105: APR 12 These are great cigars depending on the years. The 2012's are unbelievable, but the later ones sometimes have bad burns. They are about 10-20 percent cheaper than Monte 2's and this is the reason. They have typical strong, musty, nutty, and aromatic flavors and look great as they age. Their aging potential is wonderful, but the uneven burns sometimes sour my overall view when taking the time to age. It is better to wait on the Monte's IMHO, and smoke the Upmanns because they are really good when they are young. - Submitted by owensinco on October 8, 2016


Review #104: AUG 13 Medium flavored, starts with spice and white pepper. Subtle Upmann sweet woodiness is there but still possesses some predominate tannins from youth.Only slight evolution through the first two thirds, the final third was more complex with that Cuban earthiness and milk coffee coming through. Solid cigars, well constructed and burn well. I have sampled from all three boxes I have of the same factory/date code (UPE AGO13) and all have been amazingly consistent. Still, IMO these cigars will not come into their own without at least another three years age on them. - Submitted by OLI62 on September 10, 2015


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