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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 #61: I appreciate the advice from everyone that participated in the discussion about the SLR Series A and Upman Mag 46. Thanks for your graciousness. - Submitted by Kathleen on February 10, 2006

Review #60: Fantastic cigar, one of my favourites. A quick note to A. Dyer #58: I have a box SCE May 04 and the cigars are banded. I understand there is a greater move now toward banding cigars in cabinets that previously were not. - Submitted by Philski on January 31, 2006

Review #59: I used to be a great fan of the Mag46, until I started smoking the newer, banded ones. They seem to be a bit lighter in taste and less complex. Most probably due to their younger age. Nevertheless, Ive hidden away a 2005 box and will let it rest for at least 3 years. I think thats the time when these cigars reach their prime. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on January 30, 2006

Review #58: I could give you a comparison at length of the two cigars Kathleen, but I won't. The only way to decide which cigars you prefer is for you to try them. Buy a handful of singles of each cigar and try them. I find the Luis Rey A is a little fuller in flavour, but not much, the Magnum 46 has changed somewhat in recent years and roll quality is better in my experience than the Luis Rey A. They are both good Havanas, but go and try them for yourself, it's the only way. I am curious as to others opinions on the more recent production Mag 46 about the time they started being banded. A delicious afternoon cigar. - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 29, 2006

Review #57: Although I wrote a favorable review on the 46 back in the summer of 2004 when the house changed the blend in May or so, I'm writing in response to Kathleen, reviewer #54, and her request for information comparing it to the SLR Series A. The 46 is, in my opinion, pound for pound one of the top three Habanos over the past few years. That said the SLR Series A is right there too. Similiar in strength, the SLR is a bit more musky and equally complex and rich. The wrapper is caramel in color with a silky matte feel. Great aromas and overall highly recommended. Enriquez - Submitted by enriquez on January 28, 2006

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