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H. Upmann Upmann No. 2

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<< Upmann No. 1

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


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Review #38: What a great cigar! I bought this on the recommendation from a friend and I was not disappointed. Very nice flavours and aromas. The only downside was the appearance. The wrapper was very "veiney" and rough. This did not take anything away from the cigar. I just prefer cigars with a visually appealing wrapper. Also, the band looks too much like the Montecristo band. My understanding is that the bands have already been changed. The construction was flawless, the burn was perfect, and the draw was good. I will definitely be adding a box of these to my collection and recommending it to others as well. - Submitted by cookj1 on May 17, 2007


Review #37: I bought one of these as suggested by my local cigar shoppe, and I gotta say that this is one of the finest smokes I've ever had. Quite enjoyable indeed. - Submitted by Tender Bones on May 15, 2007


Review #36: Smoked one of these from early '05 last night. A real powerhouse!! I loved the Upmann earthiness! What a concentration of everything that is great about Upmann in this format. But I know from past experience that this stick needs time for all of its flavor and power to come together in a way where it all can be really appreciated. You have to leat this one sit a bit. But, with a little time it is very very enjoyable. Dark earth and wood, and a little dimension of espresso and cream. I can't wait to try one next year. - Submitted by Jimbo on March 26, 2007


Review #35: BOX CODE EAC NOV 00, ALL 20 BOXES I HAVE IN STOCK ARE FROM THIS SAME FACTORY WITH THE SAME DATE. TO DATE I HAVE ONLY OPENED 3 BOXES OF THE 20. AND THEY ARE OUTSTANDING TRULY OUTSTANDING. THE CLASSIC HUPMANN MUSTY OILY TASTE IS INTOXICATING. THIS IS WHAT SMOKING CUBANS IS ALL ABOUT, IF ANYONE HAS TASTED ONE LIKE THIS YOU KNOW WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT. THERE IS EVEN A FINE LAYER OF BLOOM ON THE TOP LAYERS. THE CONSTRUCTION IS TOP NOTCH, THE WRAPPERS ARE A DEEP DARK CHOCOLATE, WITH A WET LOOKING SHEEN FROM END TO END, THEY ARE ROLLED AS TIGHT AS A BRICK, AND THE DRAW IS FLAWLESS. ONCE LIT YOU CANT HELP BUT WANT TO FINISH THE WHOLE THING, I TRY AND TAKE MY TIME AND ENJOY ALL THE FLAVORS AND AROMAS THAT ARE THERE. I AM GLAD I WAS ABLE TO FIND ALL THESE BOXES FROM 2000 PRODUCTION, I HAVE TRIED SOME FROM LATE 05 OR EARLY 06 AND THEY HAVE QUITE A WHILE TO REACH THE STATUS OF THE 2000 PRODUCTION RUN. I PURCHASED 10 OF THE BOXES FROM SWITZERLAND AND THE OTHER 10 FROM HONGKONG, MY SUPPLIER FROM SPAIN ONLY HAD BOXES FROM 05, AND I PURCHASED 2 JUST TO COMPARE TO THE 2000 RUNS, WITH SOME TIME IN THE HUMIDOR THEY MAY BE AS GOOD, I USE THE 05 TO GIVE TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY. MY FATHER HIT IT RIGHT WITH THESE UPMANNS FROM 2000, THEY ARE WHAT SMOKING CUBANS IS ALL ABOUT. - Submitted by BIGYESTA on January 23, 2007


Review #34: Great sigar, smooth smoke and nice construction. Not the inconsistencie as whith the montecristo no. 2's. Nice to smoke and very relaxed. Would like a box of these sigars. - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on December 17, 2006


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