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H. Upmann Petit Upmann

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,43 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

H. Upmann Petit Upmann Review:

This is just another name for the Coronas Junior. If the name of Coronas junior suggests a cigar for beginners then this one confirms it's suitability.

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Review #16: Αυτές οι cadetes (discontinued το 2002), δεν έχουν καμία απολύτως σχέση με τις ομόσταυλες και ιδίου διαμετρήματος coronas junior. Είναι ένα εξαιρετικό μικρό πούρο, καλοφτιαγμένο και ιδιαίτερα αρωματικό, που καπνίζεται όχι μόνο τις πρωινές ώρες. Με ελαφρώς γλυκιά σοκολατοειδή υφή και μια όμορφη μπαχαρο-χημεία, που η ηλικία έχει δέσει όμορφα, είναι μια ευχάριστη γευστική έκπληξη. Ελαφρύ και αέρινο αλλά πλήρες, πραγματική μικρή απόλαυση. - Submitted by cipu on July 1, 2009

Review #15: Good cigar, the best of the small cigars IMHO. Tightly rolled but easy draw, well made with good tobacco. No harshness as with the Partagas Chico. Wish I could find more to buy! - Submitted by b3bmcwi on January 9, 2007

Review #14: I love this cigar. It is small and punchy. If you want something that looks weedy but surprises you everytime with its character(very tasty with a wonderful aroma)then this chap is the one for you. I am not at all surprised that upon the settling of the Cuban Missile Crisis after the infamous 'thirteen days' that JFK celebrated with a few of these fellas. - Submitted by Jack Noble on September 24, 2006

Review #13: This cigar is really a bit of a rough diamond. how anyone can say that this cigar is "light" or for beginners is suprising! I would certailny not recommend this stick to a beginner, unless of course you want to put them off cigars for life....may be a good thing though...do them a favour, save them some money and their marriage!! this stick is a scorching powerhouse right from the start...piercing flavour of burnt toast which is also very sour at the same time. The flavours come later on and are primarily dark chocolate moist earthy notes always with that sour afterburn on the middle to tip of the tongue. Its aroma is sort of fruity floral and herbaceous. Meanwhile the strength just gets greater right to the end until actually it does get a bit bucolic and tarry with the enevitable build up of oils in such a strong smoke. as you smoke the heaviness of the smoke crawls slowly down your throat and onto your chest (no I don't inhale). although this probably sounds like I'm giving this stick a bad review I'm not. This is a cigar for lovers of the strength of tobacco and is quite unlike anything else in the Upmann line-up. Its really more about the strenght than the flavour and as such will only appeal to certain palettes. They can sometimes suffer with a tight draw and some boxes are made up of very light insipid coloured wrappers which certainly don't appeal to me so check them first before you buy! This cigar can be enjoyed with a cup of strong sweet proper coffee at breakfast, on a brisk walk in the winter with the dogs, say after lunch, or equally well after a good curry...but never on an empty stomach! it would make an excellent nightcap. word of warning though..because it is so hard hitting on the palatte, any sticks you smoke on the same day subsequent to this one will not taste as you're used to. Finally the "Corona Junior" is the same sized cigar, but in a tube, so you pay a bit more for the aluminium! I once smoked one from a tube and it tasted even stronger than what I have described above, so don't know if its a slightly different blend with more ligero in it. what is for sure though is that these sticks could probably take some serious ageing!..."Hold on to your hats!" - Submitted by Sean Potter on March 10, 2006

Review #12: This cigar is not the Coronas Junior as the intro claims. It may be the same size but the former is hand rolled whereas the Petit`s are machine made. Nonetheless, the Petits are much better than the CJ`s. A real treat for when time is tight. - Submitted by gabraham2785 on January 18, 2006

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