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H. Upmann Regalias

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: Semi Plain Box with cellophane 25's and without cellophane 25's.

H. Upmann Regalias Review:

Herbal flavours and clean tobacco taste magnificently balanced and characteristic Upmann style. Those herbal flavours should need an ageing of five years. Strength 3/5.

Average user rating

Review #20: I, being a big fan of the vitola, really lucked out, IMHO, and found a cabinet selection of 50 of these great petit Coronas.I wrote as a kind of ‘show-off’…I know, pretty lame, right? So, I’ll write a comprehensive review of these dandy sticks after they are received and I’m able to convey my honest opinions! Until then, Best regards, Danny Carlson - Submitted by dlctwice on October 8, 2022

Review #19: SEP 18 I bought a box of these to smoke while walking the dogs, expecting them to be decent for that activity and their price point. After smoking the first one, I immediately ordered another box! Heavy cream with some herbal undertones and caramel for the whole stick, which overall was firmly in the mild-medium category. Habanos S.A. is also packaging them in their slick retro five-count tins, so I suspect these won't remain under the radar for much longer. - Submitted by HerrHonaker on June 4, 2021

Review #18: ---   煙的外觀完整,每一支的捲製,盒內都很平均,沒有任何瑕疵,抽起來很順暢;味道方面,沒有特別突出,整體還算平順,不辣不嗆;味道不豐富不特別,唯一好處,非常柔順;雖然沒有滿室花朵的芳香,但有森林中的寧靜與簡單。 - Submitted by Harrison4568 on March 5, 2018

Review #17: JUN 14 I just bought my first box, and these are nowhere near the HU Petit Corona's. They are unspectacular and the burn is slow and wet. They do not have that handmade feel and are sort of Kmart as compared to Brooks Brothers, as so many really good handmade Upmann's are. Do yourself a favor and pay the little extra for the Petit's if you want to smoke a true, crisp Havana. - Submitted by owensinco on October 8, 2016

Review #16: FEB 13 This is probably the best petit corona coming out of Cuba today, no question about it. I can't see paying $150-180 for a box of Upmann or Bolivar "petit coronas" when I can pay anywhere from $96-125 for a box of Regalias and get the same quality/texture of tobacco and alot of times get a better blended cigar with a Regalias! I think today, more than ever, the educated buyer/smoker knows that there is little to no difference between all of the petit coronas except for bands/presentation and price. Otherwise you're just as likely to get a great box of petit coronas buying a box of Regalias as you are buying a box of Siglo 2's. Maybe after the cigars have aged 7-8 years or more, the blends will blossom and seperate themselves, distinguish themselves from each other more, but if you plan on smoking the cigars within a year or two, you would be very, very hard pressed to be able to discern between one petit corona and another. The only differences you are going to experience between one brand versus another are the same differences you would see from one box to another of the same brand/vitola. So it boils down to what you're willing to spend and really it makes no sense whatsoever to buy the petit coronas that go for$150+ except for just saying you have those brands Iin your cabinet. The Regalias usually always have a bakers spice/herbal/leatherey/wheat toast and coffee-like aroma and flavor, especially when you retrohale throughout the smoke. The tobacco is usually always of a very good to great quality and has a velvety, leathery texture to it and this all holds true from box to box to box, making it, in my extensive experience with this particular cigar, a very consistently produced cigar in an industry/market of highly inconsistent cigars coming out of Cuba today. You cannot go wrong in purchasing a box of H. Upmann Regalias and if you're the type that subscribes and follows what other "cigar gurus" say, MRN claims this is one of the best cigars to age when it comes to the benefit recieved from the additional years accrued on the cigar, but he was also referring to the machine-made version, which I feel was quite a different cigar than to what the Regalias is today. Today, I feel it is even higher quality as far as the blend and texture of the tobaccos used to roll the Regalias, which produces a much better cigar both for current consumption and for delayed gratification. - Submitted by tonyaccardo on April 28, 2015

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