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H. Upmann Monarcas

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #26: I was always a RYJ Churchill in tube kind of man, BUT recently I had some H. Upmann Monarcas in tubes - 2005( forgot which month), dark and oily, it reminds me of a classic early 90's RYJ Churchill. - Submitted by oscarc on December 20, 2007

Review #25: Cuurently smoking an "03" tube box. The flavor is outstanding, lots of tea and sea salt. I do agree with reviewer #25, in that the Monarca is nowhere comparable to the Sir Winston. Both are great smokes when aged however different in their respective flavors. I buy both over and over again - Submitted by barcelona on November 6, 2007

Review #24: I would agree that the A/T version is preferable to the dress box. Very nice and full bodied, with a thick earthy taste and a subtle spicy finish. Not quite as refined and balanced as the Sir Winston, but a perfect complement to a hearty/rich meal. These are fantastic with more than 5 years of age. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #23: This is an interesting one...I totally disagree with the notes at the top that claim this is the same taste as the Sir Winston...this is a totally different old school style Havana smoke, and I'm talking about the ones in the tubes, not the dress box, which again is a different blend and there should be a distinction on this site between the two, otherwise things become very confusing for the novice. Both the A/T's and the dress boxes are "totalmente a mano". I'm not sure why there is a listing on this site for a Monarcas that is machine made because there never was one as far as I am aware...more confusion! Anyway, a good box of A/T's needs plenty of aging...at least 5 years I would say. These can start out a little bland and smokeless for the first few puffs, but they soon open up and start to develop flavour which intensifies toward the end in a progression of increasing richness and piercing strenght in the chocolate and expresso coffee register. Make no mistake though, these are not rough cigars, but well made with quality tobacco. They are not especially complex but designed for men who like the taste of their tobacco in a refined but strong way...excellent after a good meal and designed for people who enjoy cigars, and not for "posing" television executives! leave them in their tubes in a cupboard somewhere cool in your house and dip in to them now and again for a delicious treat. They should have rich dark brown quite rough wrappers that smooth out with age as the oils seep out and metabolise away. If you like the Bolivar corona gigantes, chances are you will like these too. - Submitted by Sean Potter on May 20, 2007

Review #22: I must agree with BIGYESTA I also recievied a box of MONARCS from 01.Words can not descibe the pleasure I derived from them.The Rolls Royce of Julietas BRUNO - Submitted by john king on March 30, 2007

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