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H. Upmann Magnum 50

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Double RobustoRing:50
Weight:15 gr.Score:7.0
Presentation: Slide lid boxes comprising 10, 25 or 50 cigars.

Average user rating

Review #33: NOV 08 Excelent cigar, sweet all the way, a bit spicy on the third inch, smokes in an hour. I did really enjoy this cigar started slow and then puffing every 20 seconds and did not get even warm. Smoked for an hour in a almost cold day, lots of cloud and dim light, perfect scenario for meditation, excelent for that morning in particular. Draw was perfect, not hard or soft, just right. Smoke was white and dense, even with small puffing. Bouquet was a bit strong for me. I definitely recommend it if you like sweetnest. No retouching of tunneling, it was just perfect. - Submitted by paraord1425 on April 21, 2009

Review #32: One word to describe this nice muscular constructed cigar. "BORING". That's it. - Submitted by jimmy81 on April 13, 2009

Review #31: Had one in Cuba last week. The construction and burn were quite possibly the best I've ever had in a cigar. In terms of flavour, I was somewhat disappointed; perhaps it was a combination of my possible preference for stronger cigars or being fairly young, but I found it incredibly light with only the slightest touch of flavour. I could barely taste anything in each draw. With a little aging, this is likely a top-notch cigar. - Submitted by ElCanuck on April 8, 2009

Review #30: --- 08 Strangely i have to agree a little with everyone, i recently purchased a box and withdrew 2 for a smoke, the first i had was a similar experience with vadaaaa, it was plugged and kept going out, i thought because it was so soft it was loosely packed and i would have a R & J churchill sort of experience, alas not, but the flavour is definitely cuban and pleasant but its not something extra special, will have to go with the second one and see how it goes, hopefully the plugging will not repeat itself - Submitted by snowdawgz on March 16, 2009

Review #29: --- 08 A friend gifted me 2 of these and tonight I lit the first. WOW!! I had to call him right away and say that it was one of the finest Upmann's I've ever smoked. I have them all--Sir Winston's, Mag 46, Conn 1, Monarchs, etc. THIS is a classic example of just how tasty finely-handled tobacco can be. Upmann's are an acquired taste; they're not "fruity" or "spicy" like many other brands of Habanos--rather, just simple, lovely "tobacco" flavors! There's a "toasty" nuttiness and sweetness that make you want to put it back to you lips soon after each puff. These are definitely a winner! - Submitted by Shooter on March 16, 2009

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