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H. Upmann Coronas Minor

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #23: JUN 05 this is one of the finer cigars iv tried, i tryed alot of differnt cigars and this is one of the high ranks in my books sweet tasting excellent smokability and very nice smell to it - Submitted by vinny_boke on October 22, 2008

Review #22: I loved everything about this cigar.The taste was delicious right from the moment I lit 'er up,right down to the finish.While puffing,you can really smell the sweetness on this stick.Too bad it only lasted about 45 min.,and it was the one of that sort I had.Definitely will buy more. - Submitted by ironstomach on June 17, 2008

Review #21: Score: 86 Box code: Unknown Frankly I was not impressed for a cuban cigar. I smoked this while in Cuba. I was smoking a Montecristo no.2 (score:94 fac code:OSE Oct 06) when a friend sat with me with this cigar. The first half was OK. The finish lack of class and is a bit acrid. But then the Montecristo No.2 was so good maybe this one suffered from the comparison. - Submitted by berucha on January 10, 2008

Review #20: I normally like longer burning cigars, particularly RyJ, not being able to afford Cohiba regularly. As my humidor's low and I've run out of my morning-quick cheep smoke; that are undervalued and not available in the U.K. Quintero y Hno. Puitros. I stumbled upon these little beauties in Waitrose, for about 5.50 and have bought a quite a few, after sampling the first.... It's mild and could be described, within these pages, as being for beginner; however these babies are grown up. With subtlety and strength of character; aromatic and sweet, with slight herbal notes, and as reactions set in, we have to smoke in the wet.... So I'll buy a lot more of these in Switzerland, for smoking in the shed for 20 minutes... though they deserve a better location... leaving superb tastes and with anything so short... a senses of wanting more.... - Submitted by Amazing on November 27, 2007

Review #19: great cigar that me as a knew smoker found to be an exellent expirience espesially after dinner with its light but full taste - Submitted by marios on September 25, 2007

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