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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

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Review #171: ---   I never had a soft spot for this cigar, always found them either with a bad draw or with other major construction items. I had the last of the lot in my humidor for the last three years and never relly wanted to smoke it. This evening I finally decided to give it a chance and wow!, a totally different stick. Three years of aging made wonders (this is true for EVERY cigar, but for this one is an absolute must): the even burn and easy draw finally allowed me to taste why so many fellows are speaking so well about this one. I won't dwell on the external aspect which has been so well described by other reviewers before me, just let me say this is one of the best looking cigars on the market. First of all I'd like to underline the perfect proportions between lenght and thickness of this format: long enough to help a good taste development and thick enough to allow a good amount of smoke with every puff. This means the cigar can be smoked both at home and outdoor without losing much of the enjoyment. The taste is wonderful: deep, intense woody undertone throughout the whole smoke with leather and spice notes coming in and out. The beginning is pretty mild strenght wise but soon the body sets itself on the medium register with a little climbing towards the end. Great classic Upmann, but remember to allow it to sit for some years, you'll be rewarded! - Submitted by sasha on February 16, 2011

Review #170: OCT 08 Haestly banded, but afther removing them the cigar looks perfekt. Amaizing toasty tobacco smel whit some cedar. Good draw, sharp burn, medium strenght afther 1 cm, cuban taest mixture the hole way to the end. I enjoed some organig old madeira and water whit the cigar. This cigar made me hapy for about 1our - Submitted by haikara on January 4, 2011

Review #169: --- 07 Was very happy when I saw a cardboard pack of 3 H.Upmann Magnum 46s aged for 3 years at the tobacco shop and decided to buy it. Construction is perfect foot to cap despite the fact that these were not from a wooden box(I experienced in the past other cigars from cardboard packs to have split feet and other damage done to the wrapper). Wrapper had a nice oily sheen while the cap on all cigars is made perfectly. Draw is excellent with just the right ammmount of resistance. Prelight draw indicated just a little spice on the tongue. First third of the cigar started with full strenght and full bodied flavours of spice and wood leaving a long lasting and pleasant finish. After the first few puffs strenght and body subside leaving room for creamy sweet flavours to appear while the finish stays long and pleasant as I mentioned. Also a lemmon note appeared here and there making my mouth salivating. Creamy sweetness is soon accompanied by the black pepper note(reminescent of a VR Famosos). Second third continued to be smooth and consisted of vanilla, cream, leather and sweet notes making the cigar well balanced and easy to enjoy. Going into the final third the sweetnes is gone leaving the combination of toast, black peppper, leather and creamy notes. Smoking time is cca 2 hours. Price of 14 Euro per stick is a bit high for me, considering that for example Mag 50 costs only 1 Euro more, but this time was well worth it. - Submitted by promajk on December 27, 2010

Review #168: OCT 08 My everyday "go to" cigar. Traditional Cuban flavors. Strong, but smooth with leather, spice and complexity. Lots of thick smoke and nice aftertaste. Consistent high quality box to box. - Submitted by cigar-sama on November 4, 2010

Review #167: ---   This was my second H.Upmann cigar with the first being the Magnum 50. The 46 was much smoother, more flavorful and has a rich feel and taste. It's a great build with a clean, even burn all throughout. The woody texture is enhanced by some leathery notes and even some tangy flavor on the first half that kept me interested the whole way though. Definitely worth checking out if you haven't already. - Submitted by BCCZeus on October 17, 2010

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