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H. Upmann Upmann No. 2

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

H. Upmann Upmann No. 2 Review:

What we have here is a famous torpedo. As this cigar has been compared to Montecristo No. 2, many smokers or guides say that H. Upmann No.2 is stronger than the Montecristo, but some others think the other way round. The explanation is simple. As said with H. Upmann No. 1, this cigar needs years of ageing to develop its whole potential, getting stronger as time passes by.

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Review #113: --- 17 This is a very special piramid. Ressembles a lot the Royal Robustos, but a bit more toasted, perhaps due to its 5 years age. The H. Upmann ID is very notorious, even if more complex / structured. Also, it gives an 80 minutes smoke, easily.It is now in my top H. Upmann vitolas, alongside Sir Winston and RR. - Submitted by Heinrich on November 13, 2022

Review #112: --- 16 Aged for 6 years, this is a really good and well built cigar. The flavours are dense and highly structured in line with the H. Upmann style,but just a bit more complex than the remaining vitolas. A gem, for sure. - Submitted by Heinrich on October 27, 2022

Review #111: JUN 11 I just had another from this same box that is now over ten years old. This box has been aging english style at 65/65 or so and wow. This beautiful torpedo started out dry and smooth with typical upmann flavor of bean, coffee, cedar, and orange peel. It developed into a molasses and coffee beam bomb that was smoked to the nub for 2 hrs. The burn and draw were perfect and oh so elegant. If you like strong cigars, don't age them this long. But if you like smooth cigars, aging is the only option. - Submitted by owensinco on September 9, 2022

Review #110: NOV 11 Had 10 and now 9 from an old box and boy was I pleased. I did the old English aging trick of approx 60 degrees and about 70 percent humidity. I did not even move these guys in about 5 year and they are wonderful. People who tell you to rotate cigars and such, are novices. Lower the temp and let them rest. This Uppman had a perfect burn until my fingers warmed. I smoked it very slowly; just under two hours. The first third was cedar, honey, chestnut, and almond. The middle was coffee, cedar, and cinnamon, and the last third was coffee, dark chocolate and anise. The smoke began to really billow about half way through and the wrapper really softened. I rate at about a 94. I always want these guys to be better than the Monte #2's, but the Monte's have a touch better flavor profile, but what a cigar. IMHO, there is nothing better than an aged Habano, no matter the brand. The stronger the better because they mellow so much better and the strength becomes something akin to chivalry and kindness. I have made far too many young cigar mistakes in the past. Never again. When they are gone, smoke the new ones, for they too will be old some day, if you plan it correctly. - Submitted by owensinco on January 17, 2021

Review #109: MAR 19 At first, it was very appealing to me. Nice sweet barnyard aroma, dark and smooth wrappers, what could go wrong? Sadly, only 6 or 7 out of the box were smokable, the rest were either over-filled or under-filled. Taste was very mild yet harsh, just an all-round unpleasant experience. This is by far my least favourite Upmann. Personally, I'd pay a bit more and get a Monte 2. - Submitted by admin on September 8, 2020

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