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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 #76: I was telling my cigar dealer about these and he didnt believe me. He had tried them before but recently they all became hand made and he was blown away by what he described as a major improvement - the butteriness and cedar flavours. The first time Ive given him a cigar tip rather than the opposite! This is a cigar that is medium on body but very strong on flavour - only draw back is that some in my box were plugged. - Submitted by fuzzylogic on December 13, 2011

Review #75: This is my second review of this cigar. I must say that is now my favourite cigar which is a little embarrassing considering its machine made and cheap. My humidor is now strictly this cigar and Arturo Fuente. My smoking partner and I picked up two of these at the local cigar bar and after a session of smoking far more expensive cigars, we both agreed this was the best. Creamy, great construction and burn (no plugs like previously) and the most cedar-infused taste I have found thus far. Very impressive. - Submitted by fuzzylogic on November 13, 2011

Review #74: MAR 03 I bought these cigars here in Malta cheaply since the date shown on the box was March 2003. These had the old brown label so I did not doubt the age and was well after the smoke buy date proposed by Cigar Review. I was not really disappointed and enjoyed both of the cigars I smoked. The flavour was acceptable and shall be using them as an every day smoke, What a more "newer" box of them would taste like I shall have to wait and see but being an Upmann I have no doubt of their heritage. - Submitted by Maltaman on September 1, 2011

Review #73: Construction looked magnificent (smooth + even) but it did not burn well. It had a bit of canoeing from about half way all the way to the end (got worse the further down it went). Taste was medium and was quite good overall. Although it burned rather poorly, it did not have the tendency to burn hot (as I find a lot of other poor burning cigars do). I will probably buy another incase this was a fluke. - Submitted by matt.leeck on May 22, 2011

Review #72: ---   After having purchased a box, smoking through it, buying another one, smoking through that one, then buying a 3rd & being within 5 sticks of the end of it (all this within one year), I guess you oculd say this has become one of my more favorite smokes. My 1st one ever (see previous review) was delicious but UGLY. Thank goodness that was a total fluke. The rest have been gorgeous marevas, with only a few in each box so far having been tight... Construction is good for the most part (have had a very few with canoeing issues, & the aforementioned tightly-rolled renegades in each box), & even the tight ones have turned into great smokes once past the hard parts... Mag 46 flavors, though less complex (naturally), they kept all the best parts in the blend, IMHO. The woodiness, tanginess, and sweet toasted tobacco flavors are all present & accounted for. One of the BEST smokes for when time is short... The medium-mild flavored answer to the Partagas Short, IMO. Highly recomended. I will have to buy a box specifically for aging in their tubos... I'll bet they will be AMAZING in 10 years time, left to marinate in their own oils in the individual cedar-lined tubos! As good as a mareva can get, when looking for something in this flavor range. If you like Monte # 4's, give these a shot. You won't be disappointed. - Submitted by bimmian on October 5, 2010

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