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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 #71: ---   This cigar was nothing short of a religious experience, it had a wonderful aftertaste of espresso with earthy undertones. Great men of history have pondered while smoking this specific cigar. Ive only smoked maybe a dozen different kinds of cigars in my life, however this one easily stood out as the superior of them all. - Submitted by Kenodon on August 17, 2010

Review #70: ---   Tried a few of the new style H.Upmann Corona Major tubes and need to say that I am very impressed with them. All the sticks that I had smoked so far looked great with dark and oily wrappers that had a bit of plume on them. Construction is as good as it gets with razor sharp burn and a nice compact ash that holds on for more that half of the cigars lenght. Flavor wise all the cigars shared the same profile and evolution thus being very consistant which is another plus. Based on my expirience these are complex smokes that start with medium-full strengh and strong spice while the finish, where the cedar notes dominate, is very long and pleasant. After the spice is slowly reduced, honey and cinnamon start to apear in a full bodied boquet. In the second half spice is completly gone with now cinnamon and honey being joined by cofee notes. At this time strenght is subdued to a medium while leather and spice appear in a combination with honey. Going into the final third flavors alternate between bready notes, little bit of spice, leather, honey and touch of cream ending in medium to full strenght. It is worth mentioning that the aroma of the smoke was also very pleasant and almost chocolate like while smoking time in average was around 80 minutes per stick. Price point of about 12 USD per cigar makes these a great bargain IMHO. Excellent cigar! - Submitted by promajk on August 7, 2010

Review #69: ---   Did not like this one. Mostly tastes like cheap sigarettes. Halfway through a bit of pepper and earth but it disappeared quickly. Without character an not offering any challenge. - Submitted by yellowgrip on July 13, 2010

Review #68: ---   I agree 100% with review #59. I said the exact same thing while smoking it. The burn was so bad that the bunch burned down (with a dark grey/brown ash) and left the wrapper behind. Ash had a big split down the middle like a slightly open crocodile mouth, and was extremely weak. Apart from the odd little nuance, completely lacked complexity. The one or two strong notes (earth and spice) were too harsh to be enjoyable. Draw was too hard too. Good points: nice oily wrapper with pleasant pre-burn aroma, and a couple of brief notes of expresso and chocolate. I rated 68 (possibly too harsh), and would only get another one to make sure I didn't get a dud. - Submitted by gpd on January 10, 2010

Review #67: APR 08 SMG 4/08. This cigar was was very good for the price. It was packed tight with flavors of tobacco, herbal and some coffee flavors. Only have 16 left will age for 6 months to try again. This cigar is a good addition to any humidor - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on January 5, 2010

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