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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

Average user rating

Review #41: I had one dated Sep 2007. Excellent construction and draw, beautiful wrapper. Heavy tobacco taste, with a salty aftertaste. Medium to strong, it could be good for smoking outdoors. It was smooth down to the last third, when it started to become harsh. As the description indicates, I suspect ageing would be very beneficial. If you like that "typical cuban tobacco" taste, you must try this one. - Submitted by titobueno76 on January 11, 2008

Review #40: Most of the reviews already mentioned the draw so I'll just chip in by saying mine was firm but acceptable. Prelight aroma was slightly salty and woody. Upon lighting, the most prominent flavour was that of burnt sugar - very pleasant. Overall detected notes of biscuit, tobacco and the pervading light sweetness and a acceptable level of spiciness. Very enjoyable. This one had good volumes of smoke and needs to be smoked cool. - Submitted by dizzyling on January 5, 2008

Review #39: My box code is USE JUN 07. And let me start off by saying great presentation! Love the new tubes and bands. I have seen lots of people say their draw was uber tight or pluged.Well I have smoked several so far and have not had one issue yet and I am real picky about my draw. The draw is firm but I have been getting big clouds of smoke. I think the issue is people are smoking them at to high a humidity and the tubes only further this. See when the cigars are fresh rolled they are somewhat wet and the tobacco seems sticky then they put in a tube and it never drys out a bit. I took all the tops off the tubes and let them sit out and let the cigars breath for a couple days. This will do wonders for the flavor and draw as when the tobacco is wet it expands and when lit creates bitter steam. I am very pleased with my box and burn flavor and draw are great. The flavor is fairly complex for this model and very Upmann. I got these for a quick morning smoke with my coffee and wont break the bank I got them for $ 111.47 US from Spain and I they will serve their purpose very well! I do recommend these fine smokes! - Submitted by sticksmoker on October 27, 2007

Review #38: Just smoked one of the hand made versions in the new cream coloured tube. Forgot to get the date code off the box but the cigar did have some bloom on it. Despite the hand made statement my tobacconist tells me that these are machine made hand finished. Either way for 13 bucks cad it was a fine smoke. Started off mild/earthy and developed a nice peppery spice near the middle and finished with a grassy note. Smoked this one right to the nub and with a bit of rest between the puffs it wasn't burning my lips at all. The draw was slighty tight but didn't hinder the cigar at all. The burn was perfect holding at least 1" of ash. I'm sure there are some poorly made cigars in this line out there but this one was all I can ask for from a low priced Cuban. - Submitted by jimbo1973 on October 21, 2007

Review #37: This cigar recently underwent a makeover now sporting a new band and cream coloured tube. The blend appears to be unchanged which is ok by me. Why change a good thing I ask? - Submitted by gabraham2785 on October 8, 2007

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