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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 #61: Mine looked like hell, but it was from LCDH, so go figure. (Bought as a single, so I don't know the factory code or box date, as I forgot to request it.) Lumpy and bumpy, with a tiny tear in the rough, veiny wrapper which was much lighter than I had expected. Colorado Claro, I believe it's called? Please correct me if I'm wrong. It smoked like a champ, however, and that's where it really counts, isn't it? I totally expected a terrible burn from the appearance and a soft, dented spot 1/2" above the band area, but I was surprised to find that the draw, though a little tight, yielded big clouds of smoke. The ugly little stick burned straight the entire length, not requiring a single touch up! The smoke was, as others have described, a one-dimensional but very pleasant one. Cedary and creamy, with quite a bit of spice in the 1st and final 3rds. The aroma was pleasantly cedary and sweet, with just a little funkiness to it, IMO. I will be buying a box of these definitely! I really like the new tubos better than the old silver ones. They make me think of orange creamcicles, for some reason lol! I rated this personally at 76 pts IMHO. But, it would have been an easy 80-83 if not for the extremely "rustic" (to put it nicely) appearance. I know it's what's inside that counts, but nobody wants to be seen sucking on a turd, no matter how nice it smells haha! Still, I give it the benefit of the doubt in this rating. - Submitted by bimmian on September 6, 2009

Review #60: Absolute delight for the money, Nice oily wrapper, and smelled amazing. Mild coffee/choc flavour, and a perfect smooth cigar. Just purchased a 25 box as They are too good for the money! - Submitted by otomix on July 14, 2009

Review #59: AUG 08 This cigar was plagued with burn problems and a poor draw. I had to relight the cigar several times and it burnt very unevenly. It had a very mild flavour, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it lacked complexity. In my view, a Monte No. 4 is a much better alternative. - Submitted by Theologue on July 13, 2009

Review #58: Godamn good mareva overall. Don't know the age of the 3 I bought, as I got them in beige alunimum tubes here in Canada, out of their original box. Not tight at all, as Upmanns tend to be brick-like sometimes, but just soft enough when gently squeezed. The softness can be explained by a bit too much moisture - which is way better than tad too dry sticks, IMO. Beautiful, dark tan oily wrapper. Strong smell, strong yet mellow taste, strong kick. The initial spice rapidly gives way to a classic puro cedary flavor. Perfect draw, razor-sharp burn, solid whitish ash. Die fast if you're a slow toker, probably caused by the little excess moisture. Strangely, it's what R&J Romeo 2s tasted like a couple years ago. For some unknowed reason, newer Romeos are of very inconsistent quality... Think I'll replace them with this guy as my everyday, mid-priced range smoke. A slight touch of bitterness that could be fixed by humi time. Finger-burners for about 10$ each: this is a bargain, gentlemen! 9/10 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on June 9, 2009

Review #57: SEP 07 Severe construction problems. More than half of the box (AGU SEP 07) was either plugged or too tightly rolled and impossible to smoke. The ones I managed to smoke had rather sweet floral notes somewhat reminding earl grey tea with milk but not a big deal. Will not buy another box. - Submitted by alperyx on April 26, 2009

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