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This is a cigar that gets to the point. Earthy and spicy flavors, laced with exotic woody notes, make a strong impression from the first draw. The thing ring gauge means this is a very direct and rapid burn and its responsiveness does not wane as it burns. A rich and exciting blend like this needs some age to be at its best.
Stunning little cigar to the eye. Place on the lips when not lit and you will experience a truly pleasurable sweet/saltiness.
Earthy and spicy flavors develop in a progressive manner.
Can be strong depending on the age of the cigar. More intense than powerful, a great cigar.
It's a smooth Hermoso No.4. This cigar is a classic example of how a Cuban cigars changes with time. Initially, this Robusto smokes very mildly, giving off gentle tobacco flavors only. With time though, this cigar's blend blossoms into life and produces a smoke that is complex.
Slide lid box presentation gives you a nice rounded cigar.
Flavors of hay and spice mix exquisitely in a perfectly balanced smoke.
Power will be present in the final phase of this cigar, but never too much.
The H. Upmann Half Corona was launched by Habanos at the Upmann Gala during the Habanos Festival in Cuba in 2011. This small H. Upmann cigar is a new vitola (44 ring gauge x 90 mm length). Created with the modern aficionado in mind, the focus is on enjoyment of the blend. Habanos created this short-sized Cuban cigar in view of the limited time and scarcity of places available to smoke these days. Short in size it may be, but it never gives up the fullness of sensation that one expects from a true Habano. A 20-30 min smoke, this cigar must be smoked at a regular, gentle pace to avoid any over heating to the mild tobacco. This Cuban cigar offers a perfect alternative smoke for the afternoon, but will smoke especially well when out and about.
The Half Corona makes for a very easy smoke and can be considered the perfect introduction cigar for any smoker embarking into the world of the Habano.
The H. Upmann Half Corona presents a smooth to medium fortaleza, being very aromatic and of a balanced flavor.
Watch out for a wicked finish. The power comes all of a sudden and catch you off guard.
Many a smoker will have started their Cuban apprenticeship with this agreeable Robusto. It's floral bouquet, brought out by a touches of gingerbread, opens on a completely unexpected, but pleasing fresh and dry note. This is a medium bodied cigar, but the complexity of blend can sometimes make it feel stronger to the novice palate. The aromas respond well to the fresh air of the outdoors and this Epicure No.2 will be most appreciated on a gentle stroll through the forest.
Fresh cedar smell emerges as soon as you slide open your box.
It's filled with a light complex earthiness juxtaposed with sweet, woody, floral flavors.
A sweet woody finish that produces an overall smooth taste, but can be fairly intense compared to the rest of the smoke.
Another of the 'Short' Cuban cigars released over the last few years by many of the brands. These cigars are much sought after by those who wish to smoke complex cigars, but don't have hours to do so. The Hoyo Petit Robustos is one of the best examples of this type of smoke. When you first light, it feels like you've entered the cigar directly in the final phase of a big cigar. Intense and very quickly powerful, woody, nutty tones do make an in-and-out appearance between the full bodied smoke. The finish is very strong and rich.
At last a Petit Robusto to satisfy the demand of a generation of cigar aficionados seeking a full bodied short smoke.
Mild and earthy beginning. Evolving progressively without being overpowering. A very pleasant cigar. Reminds us with the glory days of Cuba (pre-Castro small cigars like Rey Del Mundo Royal Serie No.3).
The finish is outstanding. We couldn't stop smoking the last part even when we started to burn our fingers.
This Montecristo Joyitas is packed with leathery, tangy spices and aromatic wood and will allow you to escape to the Caribbean for a quarter of an hour. Ideal for a quick break, but do not smoke these mini-panetelas too quickly or you will suffer burning. No fuss or frills, the Joyitas is perfect to have with you at all times.
This small Laguito No.3 improves with age.
Packed with leathery, tangy spices and aromatic wood and will allow you to escape to the Caribbean for a quarter of an hour.
A very short hot finale.
This is a cigar that you either love or hate. That said, it is arguably the most recognizable Cuban cigar in production today. It's rich and intense taste gives it incomparable style, as its powerful last third covers the palate with spicy and creamy aromas that stay long after the cigars has been laid down. The punchy Montecristo flavors are delivered in an intensive and ever growing manner, giving the Montecristo No.2 true power in a progressive smoke, thus defining it as one of the great Cuban cigars of character.
A great classic. If you have already tasted it, you don't need our tasting notes to confirm that you have smoked one of the greatest Havanas. If you have not tasted it yet, what are you waiting for?
It has a powerful and a very rich smoke. It's made in many factories around Cuba to satisfy a huge demand.
Aficionados of this shape have renewed their patronage to this legendary cigar.
This cigar's incredibly massive volume of production is testament to its reliability and consistency. It is the highest sold Cuban Corona in the world. It is very popular with new smokers, as the blend is more than manageable and the development of power is very gentle and never offensive. The gentler coffee and vanilla flavors come through creamily, giving the impression of smoking a mild cigar.
A classic shape. This corona is very well known and is available to everyone.
You can enjoy the excellent taste of roasted coffee bean, on an underlying constant of earthiness.
The finale is woody.
The No.4 is evenly balanced for a small cigar, well structured, whilst still offering excitement to the palate. Flavors of cocoa, coffee and dried fruit are blended together with a medium tobacco taste giving an impression of true balance. You will never get tired of this Petit Corona, which is why this is the perfect example of a companion cigar. This petit corona rivals its popular brother, the Montecristo No.2, in taste. Regularly, the highest selling Cuban cigar in the world.
Regularly, the highest selling Cuban cigar in the world.
Flavors of cocoa, coffee and dried fruit are blended together with a medium tobacco taste giving an impression of true balance.
Don't get caught out be the strong finish.
Punchy and at the same time full of delicate floral notes and hints of vanilla, the No.5 has an underlying bitterness which is pleasantly reminiscent of cedar wood, which gives depth to the smoke. Very similar to the Montecristo No.4, the No. 5 is more direct and will burn faster giving the impression that it is a stronger cigar.
Very similar to the Montecristo No.4, the No. 5 is more direct and will burn faster giving the impression that it is a stronger cigar.
A solid earthiness dominates this minuto with some pleasant woody, floral and spicy notes.
A nervous finale.
Another of the 'Short' cigars being produced by Habanos S.A. for today's smokers. Big diameter (52, like the Edmundo), but in a small body which allows the smoker to jump directly into the power of the cigar. It is rapid and you will need a trained palate to pick up on the flavors through the quickly increasing power. An ideal cigar to have a to work for a quick break. All the complexity of a Classic Cuban in half the time.
The Petit Edmundo is a very generous and flavorful cigar, a medium strength smoke to be smoked slowly in regular puffs to avoid heating up.
A fat shorty cigar for a quick load of Cuban taste: sweet, earth and nuts. Experienced smokers may pick up on vegetal and herbal notes.
Small in length, big and bold in intensity. The end can come quickly, so watch out!
The Linea Edmundo grows with the arrival of the new vitola, the Double Edmundo (ring gauge 50 and 155 mm length). This Habano will allow the classic blend of the Linea Edmundo's full spectrum of aromas and flavors to be enjoyed in an hours smoking time. This vitola was developed for those who are able to enjoy their cigars at a more leisurely pace. The Montecristo Double Edmundo incorporates the new Montecristo bands, which pays honor to the classic look of the brand. The Double Edmundo comes in to complete the line of Edmundo and Petit Edmundo.
The Montecristo Double Edmundo incorporates the new Montecristo bands, which pays honor to the classic look of the brand.
Sticky and spicy, the cigars meanders its way up to a stronger level in the second phase. Interesting notes of cocoa appear as you enter the final phase of this cigar.
Powerful tobacco finish. This is a cigar that will bet much better with age, so if you have the time, lay them down for a couple of years.
Montecristo's Classic range initially only comprised vitolas numbered from 1 to 5. This is the first addition in the Línea Clásica in many years. Montecristo Petit No.2 (ring gauge 52 x 120 mm in length) is a figurado shape (tapered at one end) in keeping with the brand’s tradition, the classic Montecristo No.2 being considered one of the references for the figurado shape. The Montecristo Petit No.2 is a vitola designed for those who love the brand’s figurado formats, but who can now enjoy the Montecristo blend in less time. The Habanos Montecristo Petit No.2 are Totally handmade, long filler like the rest of the Montecristo range. The Petit No.2 incorporates the new Montecristo band.
The Montecristo Petit No.2 are Totally handmade, long filler like the rest of the Montecristo range. The Petit No.2 incorporates the new Montecristo band.
It has a powerful and a very rich, spicy smoke.
Can speed up quickly, so control is needed to avoid over heating at the finish.
This is an easy and linear cigar with very faint hints of the wood and floral flavors. The tobacco is equally mild, which makes this an easy and pleasant smoke and one that is excellent for anyone smoking their first Cuban. Pairs perfectly with an aperitif drink pre-dinner or as an afternoon smoke. This is a cigar that does not need much age to be at its best. Very good value for money.
A great companion cigar, the Small Club Coronas will allow all level of smokers to enjoy a flavorsome cigar. Similar in taste to the other Ramon Allones cigars, the smaller ring gauge will be more direct and give a quicker release of flavor. Ideal companion cigar, as the blend will change with time and atmosphere, but you know what you will get.
A wonderful, yet tiny rich cigar. Rare with its spices, earthiness and generosity. This cigar is respected even by amateur of bigger sizes and ring gauges.
A must in every aficionado humidor.
This is a very popular Robusto, due to the great balance between rich tangy flavors and real Cuban power. Similar flavors to the Gigantes; nuts, flowers and exotic wood, but delivered in a more direct smoke, all perfectly balanced in a medium tobacco. This is a modern cigar that works well when accompanying food or simply on its own.
One of the most popular Robustos. A medium body cigar.
It delivers sweet herbal tastes with hints of roasted nuts, a perfect candidate for every day smoke.
Light tobacco means this is an easy cigar to smoke and can be enjoyed by all. The lightest of the Cuban Robustos, the Choix Supreme impresses by its range of flavors and its creamy smoke. Honey, floral, fruit tang and loads of beany flavors give a feeling of freshness to this cigar. Pairs wonderfully with outdoor eating or aperitifs. As suitable in the morning as it is after lunch, it burns generously making it accessible to all.
A reddish wrapper cigar which benefits from the very best quality control in Cuba.
A very subtle smoke recommended as an afternoon cigar.
Packed with punchy flavor, this is a medium bodied cigar that feels stronger than it actually is. Smoking this Robusto is like jumping into a Churchill in the middle of its best phase. Notes of tangy orange peel, fragrant wood, fresh herbs, roasted hazelnuts and hints of leather fill the palate in an ecstasy of enjoyment. These new 'Short' sizes are quickly becoming popular among the modern smokers, as one gets a complex full smoke in a short quick cigar.
This Romeo y Julieta was first smoked during the VIII Festival Del Habano in March 2006.
The final is very pleasant and fruity, very loyal to Romeo y Julieta blend. The Short Churchill ends suddenly, even surprising you leaving you only one option, light up another.
The new size from Romeo y Julieta and an addition to the famous RyJ Churchill series. The Petit Churchill is a fabulous little cigar that punches well above it's weight. The start of the cigar is familiar RyJ floral, leathery and roasted nutty aromas but it's the pace and intensity that surprises. This is a quick and very direct cigar that fills your palate with a concentrated burst.
Identical look to the rest of the Romeo y Julieta Churchill series, the Petit is a tastier version of his bigger brothers'.
Roasted nuts, exotic fresh leather and fruity spiciness.
Watch out for an intense finish on this little guy. Make catch you off guard.
This is the rarest of the La Gloria Medaille series and the shortest cigar of the family. The Panetela size has lost its following in recent years, but the traditionalists still seek this type of cigar. More direct that its brothers, the No.4 will feel slightly edgier with a more intense finish.
A spring smoke, mild and very gentle, ideal for a aficionado of aromatic cigars.
Interesting build up in power in this little Panetela, even though the flavor remains in essence Gloria.
A must have in any collectors humidor.
Similar in flavor to the Juan Lopez Seleccion No.1, but slightly more mild and grassy. For a long time, The Juan Lopez Seleccion No.2 was just one of the other cigars from Cuba, but it has recently been re-discovered and is now very popular with modern smokers. This Robustos does not have the sweetness of the Hoyo Epicure No.2, but the mild woody/grassy flavors do come across in a very smooth manner, making it a more complete Robustos. The Robusto always has excellent combustion, due to a superb construction. Can be aged, but will become mild and more subtle with time.
Cedar notes and some salty hints.
A very well made Robusto with an excellent draw. The medium to full-bodied smoke has a cedar wood taste and an earthy complexity with a roasted cocoa bean flavor.
A light woodiness on the finish.
One of the Classic Robusto cigars that has proved its worth throughout the ages. This Cuban legend, first introduced in the 1930's, has seen its blend toned down in strength to allow more flavor to come out. This 'toning' of the blend has made this Partagas even more popular and it is now the leader of the Cuban hand rolled Robustos. Excellent construction gives very reliable draw, again adding to the popularity of this cigar.
A Cuban blockbuster. Fresh cedar wood notes, with some hints of spices. Remember the particular cedar wood (but creamy) smell given off when you just open a D4 box.
A marvelous draw. Very generous smoke, marked by a special earthiness, with some fresh cedar wood notes. A particular taste of tanned leather is present in the first third (remember the creamy smell mentioned while opening the box). In the second third, the cigar is woody, with some spicy notes and rare hints of nutmeg.
Hot, spicy and dry, with hints of black pepper. This impressive red ring cigar is a legend.
Possibly one of the finest cigars ever produced, the Partagas Short embodies all we have come to expect from a Cuban cigar. An explosion of different aromas led by vanilla, coffee, wood and leather all come together to produce an 'espresso' type start to this Tres Petit Corona. The Partagas power comes in discretely and before you know it, you are on an intense and rich finish and all you want to do is start again.
One of the best minuto. This full bodied vitola is appreciated by old smokers, new smokers and connoisseurs alike. Cabinet format if you want to age these great little cigars.
It's overloaded with wonderful hot spicy flavors.
It's a great summary of what a great Partagas can be.
An intense Petit Corona in true Partagas tradition. This small cigar kicks off directly with intense peppery and leather flavors, delivered in an intense and powerful smoke. Quick burner, the key to this cigar is to pace your smoking. Too quick and you will burn the cigar, too slow and the balance of blend and power will be lost. Complex smoke for such a small vitole.
This is an interesting cigar which comes between the Mille Fleur and the Petit Corona in terms of classification.
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