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H. Upmann Half Corona

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Half CoronaRing:44

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Review #32: I am just near the end of a box of 25. I thought the first few were fairly good but the last 10 or so seem to have burn issues and at least 5 of them had a hard lump and were a tough draw. These were out of a 65% daily humidor. These cost about $8 CDN and I have found many other cigars around this price and a couple of dollars more that I enjoy a lot more. I probably won't ever get more. - Submitted by dave2001 on July 28, 2016

Review #31: Just came across with a really plugged one and I can say that is not very pleasant experience. Because of this small boduly of the cigar it is almost impossible to get good draw when the cigars plugged. It is the first time experience these with these type of cigar. - Submitted by jkorbos on April 4, 2016

Review #30: Excellent mid size cigar with perfect price. Typical upmann flavors. - Submitted by jkorbos on March 28, 2016

Review #29: MAY 14 While it has been quite a minute since last offering a review i must say, H.Upmanns I like, but they are far from my most favored cigar. The Half Corona however greatly surprised me and I had been curious about this mareva for about a year. After diving in finally, it was a must that I get back into the frey. Dry smell? Not much there but dry inhale? Absolute hint of vague fig, definite nutmeg with cinnamon in the background. Hmmmm... firm, well filled and a moderate sheen of oil. Upon lighting the first stick from the box I was hooked but could not definitively describe why. But I smoked that bad boy in a half an hour....hey it was my birthday,the El Ninos have come but it is a crisp sunny afternoon here in Cali,an I ain't smoked in a month sooooo.... now three days later, that would be today, I said let me just take my time with this puppy. 1st.third.Upon first lite the oil on the wrapper shines up like urethane...Oh Wow, Okay...you don't have to wait you get the pure right away. Lots of nutmeg and true, solid "medio" Cuban flavor. 2nd third I'm getting more cinnamon spice on the draw the nutmeg is there but takes a back seat. Not tangy mind you, just mellow flavorful spice. Very enjoyable! Last third, I thought God was calling me to an east indian barbeque in Heaven..Tangeres roasted meat flavors of Cardamon, cinnamon,and Morrocan orange. I nubbed the Hell out of this thing. No really. Down to 5/8ths of an inch. No burn issues until I got down to the last half inch at which point I thought it went out. I was in the park with the dog so I must have gotten distracted....I puffed that bad boy hard five or six times and she lit up like a chinese lantern, corrected the burn and I was back in some foreign land. Yeah I know, sorry, got carried away with some long ass winded story. But these? they are worth it. I eeked out 57 minutes wit dis.I expected maaaaybe 40...GOOD DEAL! EML May 14.... - Submitted by zeebo on March 8, 2016

Review #28: My first cigar to be dated! Very smooth leather, pinch of wood, the marzipan or almond, a bit sweet and salty! A great fast smoke. 8/10 - Submitted by 4rz on October 27, 2015

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