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The H Upmann Half Corona is one of the most popular cigars out of Cuba since it has been released in 2011. Its typical Cuban taste, its perfect construction and affordable price made it widely popular. Short cigar. Ideal for a quick smoke even smoked at a relaxed pace. It is perfect if you are pressed for time and still want to enjoy a nice stogie.
The H.Upmann Coronas Junior Tubos is a great cigar for a short break and for a first Cuban smoke. Mild to medium cigar, with delicious flavors of cedar, spices, sweetness and some notes of cream and nuts. Ages very well in its tube. 4 or 5 years on, the cigar is even more complex and creamier. This cigar simply gives you a great bang for your buck: great construction and amazing taste.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Palmas Extra is a delicious and affordable medium Habano. A very nice Corona, that has a strong woodsy flavor, coupled with a subtle spiciness. Never too strong, nor too complex, this vitola appeals to all Cuban aficionados, that are looking for an everyday smoke easy on the wallet.
H. Upmann is a Cuban premium cigar brand established by banker Hermann Dietrich Upmann. H. Upmann is one of the oldest cigar brands out there. In 1843, banker Hermann Dietrich Upmann (May 16, 1816 – 1894) arrived in Havana, Cuba, to organize commercial affairs. Seeing the potential for new import opportunities.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No.1 is a smooth Corona Gorda. It is a cigar of the next to perfect construction; the wrapper is smooth and slightly oily. It is smoking beautifully and the draw on this cigar is flawless. On top of that, the flavor profile of this stogie is incredible. Definitely a must-try for all the fans of Corona Gorda vitolas. . There is also lots of creamy espresso, and some mineral notes. It might not be the most complex cigar, but it nevertheless won’t let you indifferent. Some delicate touches of pepper also spice up the Epicure No.1, whereas in terms of strength, it never goes over a medium body. Very similar to a Partagas or a Romeo y Julieta in term of appearance and flavor profile. It also has a great potential for ageing.
The Bolivar Coronas Junior is a powerful yet creamy and smooth. In the classic Bolivar flavor profile, the Coronas Junior is a strong and bold smoke. The flavors build nicely in the second third and becomes quite the little powerhouse in the last third. It has a complex flavor profile and has hints of coffee and cocoa. It never fails to please. Excellent draw and burn. When time is short, a perfect alternative to the Bolivar Petit Coronas or Bolivar Royal Coronas.
The San Cristobal La Punta is a creamy and rich medium bodied Pyramid. Launched by Habanos in 1999, it is hand rolled using only tobacco from the Vuelta Abajo region. It gets its name from one of the fortress of La Habana that used to defend the city during the Spanish Latin America Empire times. Despite its lack of fame, it is definitely a cigar that worth a try. Like other vitolas from the San Cristobal marca, La Punta cigar is pretty smooth, medium range in strength, overall very creamy and which develops a nice complexity of flavors along the whole smoke. There is plenty of leather, wood, barnyard, hay, nuts, toasty aromas, fruits notes, some chocolate, and some coffee. There is a delicious sweetness along the whole cigar too.
The Cohiba Siglo I Cigar claims the title of the smallest Cohiba cigar of all. This is another addition to the Cohiba Siglo collection – created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of discovery of Cuba. The Siglo I sports a Perla vitola – measuring at 102mm with a 40 ring gauge. So, it’s certainly a smaller smoke for you. Although it may be short in size, it’s by no means short in flavour – it delivers a medium-full bodied smoke. Containing earthy notes of cedar and barnyard – with distinct leather aromas.