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H. Upmann Sir Winston

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

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Review #28: last saturday I smoked my third ever, now the first perfect one! first 2 were a bit plugged, although I smoked the second one 75% humidity... I love the upmann line, only have 2 magnum 50's and a couple of magnum 46's left! after 3 years of habano smoking I found that for me premiums smoke better lower humidity, say 65 to 68. Everything evolves better, and less plugged. Now that I know something about habanos, i'm confident enough to ask retailers to open boxes before purchase, and I almost always take at least 10 cigars out of the box to feel them and check how thight they are rolled. If I buy singles, I never ever take one from a retailer, I choose one myself even if I have to take 20 cigars to find mine... It certainly gave me more pleasure from smoking habanos!!! these are fantastic relaxing moments during the week, don't spoil them with plugged ones ;-). Happy habanotime! - Submitted by Yapi on March 29, 2007

Review #27: Purchased and smoked a 25 year old one of these last week from 'Cheeky Boo' in Chelsea, London. WOW!!! what a smoke, excellent burn, very smooth and creamy, the cigar started with mellow spices, middle section leather and coffee and finished with strong tobacco flavours that just went on and on. If you get the chance to sample a properly aged one of these cigars then I can recommend it to everyone... - Submitted by ukaficionado on March 26, 2007

Review #26: I like your untraditional review, greg, only... you really gave these away!? :-). I enjoy them too much! - Submitted by Yapi on January 31, 2007

Review #25: Dollar for dollar, these are the finest of all Cuban cigars. Sure they cost a little more than the Romeo and Punch, but they are cheaper than the Cohiba, if that makes you feel any better. How good is the Sir Winston? It is so good that I am not even going to describe it. Instead, I am going to print out what the last few people I've given one of these out to had to say. My attorney: "Greg, that Upman was (expletive deleted) incredible. I'm not charging you near enough". My boss: "I can't enjoy smoking anything else now. I hate you... and I pay you way too much". My father in law: "I'm not wishing it on you or anything but if my daughter... I don't know... like... kills you or something, I get the Upmann's, right?" And for those that simply MUST have a more traditional review: medium bodied, rich and complex, sweet spice, wood, honey, yada, yada, yada... for pete's sake stop reading and get yourself some of these! - Submitted by greg258 on January 31, 2007

Review #24: Mmmmmmmm. I happened to receive one of these beauties from a good brother of the leaf. Don't know the exact age, but it must've been from the early 90's or 80's judging by the condition of the wrapper and how loose the band was (since cigars shrink some over time). A very delectable medley of flavors, ranging from English leather, to sweet spices of cinnamon and cardamon, to warm rye bread and gingerbread, to salad greens, to fresh-brewed coffee and espresso. Wow! How can one cigar have so many flavors packed into it? A truly classic Habano and one not to be missed. It's well worth the extra cash versus other churchills. - Submitted by Black Plague on January 1, 2007

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