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H. Upmann Royal Coronas

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H. Upmann Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.
Presentation: 3 Layers of cedar-lined aluminium tubes in a box o

H. Upmann Royal Coronas Review:

We have two different versions of this habano, hand-made and machine-made, being the two of them similar in taste and strength. The background of herbal flowers is subtle despite the fact that it is medium in strength and, as it usually happens with H. Upmann cigars, increases its quialities when properly aged.

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Review #4: My first Upmann, I bought this loose along with a Monarcas about 2 months ago from Alexander\'s in Melbourne. Pulled it from the \'dor last night for an end of FY party as I needed a gar that would last a good hour or so. On first impression the wrapper felt very toothy and had some large veins (warning sign). Unlit I smelt lots of fresh cut herbs and some wood. She lit easily and the first draw was cool and very easy, reminiscent of the larger R&J vitolas. A little bland at first, she began to open up after about 15mins with some nice white pepper and leathery tones and a half hour in she really warmed up as well. Comments from colleagues on the smoke\'s aroma were positive. After 45 mins I finally understood what a lot of reviewers have said about construction flaws with Upmanns as I hit a plug, lost draw and had to relight. This happened consistently in the last half/third of the stick (4 relights all told) and whilst tolerable in a cheaper smoke, I don\'t expect it in \"better\" Cubans. Overcame the plugs finally to suck her down to the nub while nursing some Turkey & water. Can\'t really judge on the basis of one experience but I am having reservations about the Monarcas now and will carry a back-up when I do pull it. Apart from the sub-par (at this price range) wrapper and construction issues, this mild smoke suited the cocktail party well - would be a bit light for an after dinner toke though in my opinion. - Submitted by Uncle on July 2, 2005

Review #3: These cigars are really good - I've only smoked about 4 in the last couple of years but each time they taste great. If they are aged for at least a year and the draw does'nt happen to be tight (a problem with alot of H.Upmann cigars IMO) then your in for a little blockbuster. - Submitted by Erick Cormier on November 20, 2004Submitted by Erick Cormier on November 20, 2004

Review #2: i tried one today. i didn't like at all flavor and sternght weren't matching with my test. not strong as i thought. won't try it again. - Submitted by fidel on May 22, 2004

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