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H. Upmann Super Coronas

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

H. Upmann Super Coronas Review:

The name of this cigar often confuses people because its format is in fact Corona Gorda. It is not particularly well known, but don't let this make you think it is a second class corona.

Average user rating

Review #8: Another discontinued cigar, and again a pity. Smoked the last few '02s, which were medium strength and had a very tasty molasses sweetness and aroma to it. Rather creamy without being bold, well balanced wood an tobacco tastes. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on May 30, 2008

Review #7: just about the best upmann has to offer...02's are smoking nice...i would suggest using this cigar to define the term "complex". - Submitted by dvickery on March 4, 2008

Review #6: Smoked one today from a few remaining from '01 production. As mentioned above, the occcasional draw issue is this cigar's nemesis; other than that--it's an intriguing and satisfying smoke. Today, I definitely got both SALT and "honey" flavors--which is pretty neat. Too bad they're gone now. Maybe it will be re-introduced in a few years. Stranger things have happened!! - Submitted by Shooter on December 6, 2007

Review #5: Too bad this smoke is no longer made, it is one of my favorites. An amazing mix of wood/nut/honey flavors and a great finish of spiciness that lingers. Thick rich smoke of medium strength. Reviewer #2 is exactly right in that there is a musky flavor to it. Only thing that prevents it from a perfect score is occassional construction issues. Find and stock up on boxes while you can. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #4: I have enjoyed a few Super Coronas. They were very nice corona gordas and not too bad price wise. About $22 dollars each, good for celebrating with close friends. Sadly the store I used to get them from no longer carries them. Does anyone know if this cigar is still made? I heard they were being discontinued in favour of the magnum 46. - Submitted by jdelrizzo on June 23, 2007

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