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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

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Review #21: My second review of this cigar, I smoked a couple of these about 2 years ago and didn\'t like them, they were definately not fakes, I could taste that, but they must have been a very young and very poor batch. I recently tried a couple again from a much better quality source and they were delicious. Medium bodied, med-full flavoured cigars, a superb Upmann blend giving off lots of rich flavours; cocoa, tangy cedar wood, some leather and the wonderful dusty/musty tobacco flavour which defined a good Upmann. Lovely darkish oily wrapper with some veins, not super smooth and perfect, but I like it. A good resistance to the draw, great burn and smoked to the last inch before it started to get acidic. Lasted me 50 minutes but I am a relatively fast smoker. A 5 star Mareva. :) - Submitted by MeGustaLosHabanos on August 2, 2005

Review #20: I am new to this hobby and my tastes may be a little off, but I just recently got a couple of these in a batch of cigars from my parents who just got back from Cuba and I tried one today. I found that this cigar had a very strong tabacco taste with wood and some sweeter notes half way through (possible cocoa or vanilla). Im not sure by I may have had a machine rolled version of this cigar because the burn was slightly uneven and the ash was quite loose. The draw was excellent and this little guy lasted me about an hour. Again, I am a beginner so I hope I not too far off the mark on this. Cheers - Submitted by bzank on July 10, 2005

Review #19: Have smoked two of these cigars over the last weekend. My first ever Upmanns. What a powerful, full-bodied and richly flavoured smoke! I feel I have found another \'regular\' cigar to depend upon wholeheartedly. I found the draw very easy, and endorse precisely what other reviewers have stated about the fantastic aroma this cigar gives off. A cigar you can lose yourself with for a good hour. Woody, rich taste to the end. Never burns too hot. Perfect. - Submitted by elton1984 on June 20, 2005

Review #18: love them, great smoke, perfect size for enjoyable 1/2 hour experience. great flavor, a generous cloud of smoke with each puff. My only problem is deciding which I like better the upmann or the Monty #4 tough call, I will continue my sampling and report again - Submitted by ricardo on May 16, 2005

Review #17: perfect first class cigar - Submitted by bizden1i on May 2, 2005

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