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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

Average user rating

Review #23: This had been my fav. for many years - got a box from 2000 several months ago and finally smoking last one now; none of them had a decent draw most were too tight to smoke - how unlucky can you get... reluctant to invest in these again. I have found that the newer the cigars are the better the draw (tried many vintage/older boxes over the years) the technology is now better so why take the chance on the older ones... - Submitted by ian on December 5, 2006

Review #22: Excellent draw and burn. Very smooth and consistent. But the flavour is not really there until you get to the last third when the cigar swithes on. I guess it needs a fews years aging before it flavour fully develops. - Submitted by lightup on September 12, 2006

Review #21: A very good smoke,although I expected more due to its "legendary" status.It kinda reminded me of a larger version of the Magnum 46.Classic Upmann flavor but creamier with more complexity.It took 90 minutes to smoke and had a nice long finsh.I enjoyed it,but might have enjoyed it more if I was a more experienced cigar smoker. - Submitted by afuentelover on July 12, 2006

Review #20: I have sampled four of these cigars, recently. The average time per cigar was 70 minutes. This is a wonderful cigar. It has a gorgeous color. It presents very round. It draws prefectly. The taste is of raw honey, from the start. The next third and onward, rich, sultry tobacco flavor is revealed. Do not puff too often on this cigar or else it will bitter. This is a tip-top smoke. - Submitted by HUC on May 7, 2006

Review #19: A box from 1989 is still matureing. I smoked the 2nd 1 from the box . it was a good cigar but when I bought them I said I would put away for 2 decades, so will smoke the rest in 6 years - Submitted by habanohal on March 13, 2006

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