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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 #16: I finished the box I had today, my favorite mareva is defenitely the Bolivar tubos no 2. The H Upmann, has excellent construction, very adequate draw, the overall taste is medium bodied, very manly. The 3 thirds can defenitely be defined, cocoa, cedar, earth, pepper. A very professionally crafted cigar for the smoker who wants a quick, before meal, or with Sunday morning coffee smoke - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on April 12, 2005

Review #15: Opened another box from my fathers stock from 1972 from a purchase in spain. What a classic, the wrappers are still oily and greasy even after 23 years in a humidor. I think that leaving them in the tubes has really provided the optimum enviroment for classic aging. The flavors of strong, very, very very,strong tobacco are the main ingredient, add to that freshly ground oily italian espresso beans, then strip a vanilla stock and add the beans, then drizzle cream soda and honey, then your half way there. The real unmistakable treat is the classic HUPMANN must smell, any one who has smoked a well aged UPMANN knows what i mean. You cant put a price tag on these cigars now way no how. My father was offered a thousand dollars USD for each box he has in his walkin humidor. i told him not to sell even if his life depends on it, he whole heartedly agreed as he took another weary puff and the room was filled with a unique aroma, that only an HUPMANN can produce. The other 9 boxes have not even been opened at this time, he agrees with me they will be a real treat for my sons when they are of smoking age. THE SCORE IS A 100 NOT A 10 - Submitted by bigyesta on February 25, 2005

Review #14: This was not an enjoyable cigar. Upon touch, several tight spots were found, hardly an encouraging sign. Lighting it showed a few problems with plugged draw. It lacked flavor and was weak, yet harsh at the same time. Somewhat fortunately, it refused to burn at the midpoint and was then thrown out. Repeat - never again. - Submitted by Stacks Overflow on February 3, 2005

Review #13: Just smoked another one from a box of Corona Majors from 1972, my father has 10 boxes in his humidor at his house. He purchased these in spain back in 1972 when he was there on business. The flavors and aromas are unbelievable, if they were not intended to be a strong cigar aging has changed that idea. The first flavors of very very stong and well aged tobaccos are you first sign that this will be a joy. There is an unidentified saltiness, that adds so much to the over all flavor. That classic musty aroma and flavor are predominant in the first puff. Only a well aged upmann can produce. The layer of bloom is unbelievable as the oils start to run away from the hot ash, you can actually see the oils running away from the hot ash. The aromas are unbelievable, this is as close to perfection that you can get. Its hard to believe my father only paid 24.00 USD per box in 1972 for each box. Classic HUPMANN times 100 - Submitted by bigyesta on January 31, 2005

Review #12: Just tried my first corona major in a few years. this one ECA NOV 02, what a classic, just like a smaller thinner magnum 46. Classic cuban twang as well as espresso, chocolate, vanilla and black cherry.Just ordered 2 more boxes - Submitted by BIGYESTA on January 11, 2005

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