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H. Upmann Magnum 46

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Slide-lid box of 25

Average user rating

Review #91: This really is a delicious smoke! However, its not a stick you can just smoke and daydream, it keeps you on your toes. After the first 1 to 2 inches it begins to pummel your palette with flavour and intensity that just keeps building right to the nub! A very sobering smoke! - Submitted by Sean Potter on February 23, 2007

Review #90: Two days ago Ive tried it for the first time.I didnt inderstand it ! Some mystery...Ive just finished the second, and after 1hour of smoking it ,alone, I feel this is one of the very best cuban cigars Ive haver had. Spicy , some earthy on it also, medium to full body, good smoke and burns very well.This a four seasons cigar, no questions about it. A box of 25 ... is coming ! - Submitted by DGEIPI on February 23, 2007

Review #89: One thing, this cigar is not for someone who enjoys a mild relaxing Cuban smoke! It had all the good things – well packed, good draw etc. However, the taste was VERY strong and very bitter. As for the aroma, again – very strong and cant really say too pleasant. A burn was a bit uneven. Cigar left me seriously lightheaded, which never happened before even with the bigger sizes. Again, if you like your cigars punchy and very strong – go for it. Otherwise stay away. - Submitted by buynevich on February 8, 2007

Review #88: This is truely a wonderful corona gorda. It is, perhaps, not as complex as I would like, but the flavours evolve nicely, waxing and waning in strength in relation to one another throughout the cigar. Classic Cuban tobacco taste makes up the bulk of it, I think, but there's just enough of other flavours to make things interesting. I've heard this cigar described as rough; it's hard to explain what that means, but I think it's accurate. Though it lacks the polish of, say, a Cohiba, or the strength of a Serie D No. 4, this cigar will leave you satisfied. In many ways, it is the best of all worlds, put into a size that can be considered the same. - Submitted by agraupe on January 26, 2007

Review #87: Another fine H. Upmann Cigar. The flavor is caramel, medium in body, easy draw, very tasty. A wonderful Corona Gorda, a delight!! - Submitted by rocketman on January 21, 2007

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