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H. Upmann Connoisseur No. 1

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

Average user rating

Review #24: I was lucky enough to smoke one from an '98 box.Very mild at first,then began to build it's aromas and taste.Reminds me of a good,aged cohiba coronas especiales in taste and aroma,but is milder,more delicate.A very good cigar,suitable for morning coffe,or any time you want to smoke something delicate,aromatic,but no overpowering.If you want power,smoke partagas sdn4 - Submitted by nikolaros on June 14, 2007

Review #23: This cigar was better than I expected. It had the nice nutty flavours that tend to be a hallmark of the Upmann brand, in my experience. Nice taste of Cuban tobacco, and loads of spice in the last third. The Robusto/Hermoso No. 4 format is one of the most competitive at the moment, and this Upmann is a very solid contender. - Submitted by agraupe on April 5, 2007

Review #22: Smoked one from '05 the other day. Gorgeous looking cigar. Perfect draw, nice oily wrapper. The cigar produced a lot of smoke and classic Upmann flavors however its youth was apparent. I'm just going to forget about them for a year at least. I agree with the previous review that they really need time (as most Habanos do) to develop into the memorable flavor-bombs that I have known them to be! - Submitted by Shooter on February 3, 2007

Review #21: This is an excellent Hermoso, but one that needs a few years to fully develop. Then, it delivers the signature "musty" Upmann flavors in a medium to full-bodied smoke, with a toasted tobacco core and a peppery finale. Stronger and spicier than the Magnum 46 and Monarch. - Submitted by shrink on December 8, 2006

Review #20: These are very good.Probably the best Hermoso #4 out there.Theres just something special about that Upmann flavor. - Submitted by afuentelover on October 13, 2006

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