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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 #11: Maybe I got a bad box, but most were very difficult to impossible to get a decent draw. The few that provided a good draw were great. Good flavor, but a pain to smoke. - Submitted by cigarlover on November 18, 2004

Review #10: Nice feel to the touch. Smooth and at the same time oily. Smells nice before lit. Not very strong flavors, earthy at the beginning, a hint of coccoa in the middle, gets spicy afterwards. Leaves a spicy feel on the tongue. The draw was a little difficult in the middle, the ash was firm, never had to relit it. Thats something I defenitely approve in a cigar. In general a mild cigar for relaxed, calm afternoons. Defenitely a habano, but a little too mild for my taste. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens on November 7, 2004

Review #9: Waw. Tough. A "H.Upmann' stronger than usual. A complicated smoke, anyway. Certainly, it needs some ageing, but the flavor has a lot of complexity; it's earthy, toasty and sometimes, spicy (I've noticed some pepper and beans undertones). The balance is basicly good, but my HU Corona Major was too "green". The draw was a little loose, but it burnt even and it didn't become particularly hot, as preview reviews noticed. Didn't feel like a powerhouse neither, maybe because I like full flavor smokes. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on August 11, 2004

Review #8: A dissappointment in the flavor area. Also burned hot towards the end. Somewhat mild and anemic. Would not buy again. The HDM Coronations and R&J Tubo No. 2 are much better smokes IMHO - Submitted by POUPON on June 10, 2004

Review #7: My friend Salley gave me a couple of these last week. Very nice. - Submitted by B. Willis on April 12, 2004

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