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H. Upmann Sir Winston

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Cabinet of 25

H. Upmann Sir Winston Review:

Same taste as H. Upmann Monarcas. This is a cigar of exceptional quality. As it is from H. Upmann, the tobacco taste is strong and the materials used are first class. That strong tobacco taste is greatly balanced with herbal flavours. As time passes by, this cigar gets better and better.

Average user rating

Review #83: NOV 20 Smoked three of these out of a Nov20 box and they all sucked. Plugged like hell, it was a workout to smoke these. Flavouwise they ar okay but I love the mag 54 and 46. Will never buy these again. - Submitted by JordanRazors on June 5, 2022

Review #82: FEB 02 I am smoking the 13th stick from the cabinet of 25. Not sure if it is just me, or this particular box, but this cigar has certainly picked up in flavor and intensity over the past few years. I am taking my time and smoking it very slowly as I am writing this. The scent is magnificent, as one would expect a cigar with over 15 years of age would mellow out. Not Sir Winston, it's stronger than I can ever remember. Sterling silver ash, which probably explains the slight sweet after taste. However, when I start to retro-hale, I noticed the full woodiness of this cigar through my nose. Although I am not even half way through this, I am tempted to give this another perfect 10. I am detecting scent of leather, which I don't believe is that common in H. Upmann. Unfortunately, it is really difficult to find a few sticks nowadays, let alone a full box. I should have listened to my advise and load up on these when I can. You should too. - Submitted by x-man on May 4, 2017

Review #81: OCT 14 From a cabinet delivered by CT. A truly outstanding cigar, head and shoulders above almost everything else coming our of Cuba currently. Although immature these sticks are smoking like three year olds. Be interesting to see how they mature over the next few years. Problem is that its difficult to stay hands off with such toothsome flavour readily available. - Submitted by timrosen on August 17, 2015

Review #80: MAY 14 OME MAY 14 Ever since smoking my first Sir Winston I've had a love affair with this cigar. A classic among classics. I prefer this Julieta No 2 over all others. The look and smell alone let's you know you are in for a treat before lighting. A colorado wrapper, smooth, with an oily sheen. Upon clipping the cap a craftsmans dimple is present, letting you know a professional roller spent time rolling this quality cigar. The cigar is firm with just the right amount of give present when tenderly squeezing between the thumb and index. A perfect draw lends me to believe this will be an exquisite hour and a half. Immediately I'm greater with strong toasted tobacco, light leather, bread, and roasted almonds. The cigar progresses smoothly, leaving a silky and creamy finish. Many others trip over themselves tracking down Edplendidos but I prefer the Sir Winston. Although they can be hard to find throughout the year, I stock up when I can. A true gem in the portfolio. - Submitted by davess08 on March 27, 2015

Review #79: --- 02 ECA02 - survived in varnish. Classic Sir Winston rich tobacco flavors, and a clean woody sweetness at the finish. A beautiful Julieta #2, never to be seen again after 2003. It is sorely missed. - Submitted by mk05 on December 9, 2014

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