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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 #23: I found this cigar to be pleasant. I thought the taste was nice, typically Cuban. But no more than that. Rather one-dimensional. I really liked the size of it, but the cigar was really soft - not packed tight - which seemed strange. None the less I got a high level of enjoyment from smoking it. - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on February 20, 2009

Review #22: JUL 08 Split a box of 10 with a friend, and smoked one- too young, had a distinct ammonia smell, and taste when burned... flavor profile was marred by this, throughout... But what else would you expect? The cigar is less than a year old. Draw was fine, burn was perfect... clearly the mistake was mine. Will let these rest for most of the rest of this year, perhaps try one again come Christmas. Maybe. Smoked one last September. For some reason, it was delicious, with a looong finish. But clearly, mine are not ready. Ah, well. - Submitted by ivo on February 3, 2009

Review #21: OCT 08 The young guy needs more time to be a man. It tastes full of power now, but poor of complexity. I tried three of them and found that this cigar should be aged at least one year. - Submitted by jeddit on January 26, 2009

Review #20: I'm not sure why this cigar is getting such poor reviews, to be honest. I've smoked a number of them, from different sources, at a variety of ages, and all have been superb. Nice tobacco taste throughout, citrus in the first third, moving to earth and nutty flavours through the remainder of the smoke. This cigar starts out mild enough, but builds to a powerful finish - I can't think of a better companion for a Sunday afternoon. - Submitted by agraupe on January 18, 2009

Review #19: The best of the 2008 regular production in my opinion. Deductions for poor quality. Some can be poorly rolled being either too tight or too loose. Nevertheless, I am a fan of H.Upmann tobacco blends and this one is exceptional. Not reminiscent of the Magnum 46 at all. This cigar is smoking young and it will be interesting to see how they smoke with more age. The upside is certainly there. - Submitted by cookj1 on January 17, 2009

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