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H. Upmann Coronas Major

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 3 Layers of cedar-lined aluminium tubes in a box o

H. Upmann Coronas Major Review:

This model can be machine-made and hand-made. Both of them have the same characteristics and H. Upmann taste with a strong tobacco background blended with herbal flavours. The minimum ageing recommended for both models is at least five years.

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Review #86: OCT 19 Just bought two boxes and boy am I happy. I got them for a great price and they were just as good as the Monte Tubos at a 50% savings. The draw was perfect and flavors were beans, dried fruit, and rich tobacco. The burn was great and is as just a notch below the Bolivar Petit Corona. - Submitted by owensinco on December 3, 2020

Review #85: ---   This Cuban H. Upmann Coronas Major Tubo was fresh out of a unopened box from Cigar Terminal in Geneva. The bottom of the box had a factory code of SOM, a date code of Oct 15 and the inscription Totalmente a Mano, meaning "totally by hand" or hand-made. The cigar cost $5.80 USD, including shipping, to the USA. Fifteen of the 25 cigars in the Tubos had slight to moderate scattered white powdery bloom/plume spots 👍👍 indicating that the cigar is aging well. I have looked at reviews on other websites and a tighter than usual draw appears to be common, but unlike the nearly plugged cigar I had in my previous review, the evaluation this time was much easier. This cigar was cut and had a manageable draw but uneven burn for 65 minutes. The strength was medium and slightly harsh in the first third with little flavor. For the remaining two-thirds, the strength mellowed slightly with little flavor other than tobacco. I attribute the harshness and lack of flavor to the fact that this cigar had been in a unopened box, in a closed Tubo, for 1+ years. My suggestion for a new unopened box of Cuban cigars, is to put them in your humidor and be patient. Three to four weeks to stabilize and re-humidify should greatly improve these cigars and warrant a new review. As an aside; if you wish to verify that your box of 'Cuban' cigars are truly authentic Cuban cigars, you can enter the unique serial number from the Warranty Seal at the Habanos s.a. website http://www.habanos.com/en/verificacion-de-autenticidad/ - Submitted by Douglas B on May 15, 2017

Review #84: ---   This Cuban H. Upmann Coronas Major came in a cedar lined pale yellow/orange cap Tubo. I bought this single at Stagnetto Ltd. in Gibraltar for 3.80 GBP during a port call on a tran-Atlantic cruise. After sitting in my humidor, in the Tubo with the cap off, for 1 year it was time to smoke it. Out of the Tubo, the cigar was firm its entire length. It is difficult to determine any predominant flavor because the draw was very tight for nearly the entire 50 minutes. At the second half of the smoke, I stopped and cut-off more of the end but that did not help with the draw. The burn and ash were fine. There was some tobacco flavor and a hint cedar probably from the liner. After reading the other reviews: My advise is that for the first few cigars from a new box cut off nearly the entire end-cap and check the draw before lighting. Definitely do not use a punch. - Submitted by Douglas B on April 23, 2017

Review #83: ---   Very tasty cigar with the classic H. Upmann flavour, just a bit under the Hallf Corona, in my opinion. Unfortunately, the last third was very agressive, which made this just a 40 minutes smoke. With some age on it, I believe this can be a much better cigar. - Submitted by Heinrich on January 31, 2017

Review #82: Tried on bought in tubo. First third was average on taste nothing complex. Good draw but thick smoke. The rest was awful. Could not draw, constantly had to relight it which gave an extra bitter taste. Throw it away mid way. Maybe was just this one but was a dissapointment. - Submitted by jkorbos on April 1, 2016

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