H. Upmann Robustos Añejados

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H. Upmann Robustos Añejados

(Box of 25 cigars)   4 7/8 x 50

The cigar begins fairly robust for an H Upmann. The model attribute develops creamy texture and lightweight to medium power. The start brings some spiciness within the back of the tongue. The draw is ideal however the cigar generally exhibits indicators of weak burn though the ash shortly reveal an important development by standing lengthy.

Description

H. Upmann cigars are categorized by Habanos S.A. as mild to medium power and as a world model of their portfolio.
The model was first launched in 1844.
The Anejados idea was launched first in 2015 with the Romeo Y Julieta Piramides Anejados. Since then Cuba has launched few cigar with a double band mentioning the idea title: Anejados. All these cigars have been aged in Cuba for five years or extra, permitting the mix to be rounded and mellower when launched.
Se far I have not had a really spectacular cigar popping out of this new vary from Habanos S.A.
Let’s have a look at what the H Upmann Robusto tells us…

Tasting

The cigar begins fairly robust for an H Upmann. The model attribute develops creamy texture and lightweight to medium power. The start brings some spiciness within the back of the tongue. The draw is ideal however the cigar generally exhibits indicators of weak burn though the ash shortly reveal an important development by standing lengthy.
The draw is usually too simple. I’ve all the time preferred a little bit of resistance to my cigars and don’t get pleasure from a quick burning cigar a lot.
The power decreases on the second a part of the cigar turning mild to medium and a slight creaminess lastly seems after the bitter and vegetal first half.
The vegetal half additionally linked to recent cigars generally is current till half means however don’t hassle me a lot because the stability may be very pleasing. Under no circumstances a typical H Upmann flavour profile.

Previous half means the cigar actually opens up and fantastic flavours come up. I can learn on my tasting notes “SO GOOD”. Creaminess, sweetness, plenty of nuts, and roasted almonds seems. Permitting a spherical feeling but very advanced. It’s a good journey because the cigar evolves so much though it is not one in all these large format.

Till the tip, the depth is excessive, the power balanced and the flavours very wealthy. It jogs my memory of the 2005 Magnum 46 in packs of three we might nonetheless discover not way back in some cigar retailers.

The final third is sort of spectacular. No bitterness, excessive acidity permitting the flavours to linger for lengthy on the palate. Very attention-grabbing depth. Stronger than anticipated however nice nutty flavours and creamy construction.

 

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