H. Upmann Half Corona

(8 customer reviews)



Size: 3 1/2 x 44

Strength: Light – Medium

Wrapper: Cuba
Binder: Cuba
Filler:  Cuba

Herman Upmann was a banker from Germany who so loved Cuban cigars that he moved to Havana in 1844 and set up as both a banker and cigar maker. His bank closed in the early 1920’s but his cigars live on as a fine example of an elegant, light to medium flavoured Habano.  H.  Upmann’s blend s composed exclusively of filler and binder tobaccos grown in the Vuelta Abajo zone.  Made using the Tripa Larga, Totalmente a Mano –  long filler, totally by hand technique

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Based on 8 reviews

4.5 overall

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  1. Travis (verified owner)

    Quick smoke when on the go! Cant go wrong


  2. Nick V (verified owner)

    Great little spicy stick when you need a short 20-30 minute smoke

    Nick V

  3. wisnicki

    Good smoke, medium flavoured. If you must smoke outdoors in the winter, this is a great choice.


  4. Tunny (verified owner)

    Buy it. It’s great when u want a quick cigar that tastes good. Some are rolled a bit tight compared to others. Otherwise, taste is top notch tight or loose


  5. damian.lech5598 (verified owner)

    Love this spicy cigar, short smoke perfect for winter or when you only have à little moment. Juste ordered a box of 5 and unfortunately the box was already unsealed… besides that perfection for the price !!! And delivery very fast !!!


  6. Allan

    Absolutely love these little sticks! Great smoke for about 20 minutes. Fantastic to find them at cigar chief. What a wonderful place.


  7. Russell (verified owner)

    Great earthy taste without being harsh. Can smoke them ’til your fingers burn. One of my favourites for any time of the day.


  8. Dillon

    Great little cigar, starts out pretty spicy but unravels into a beautiful thing with notes of cocoa nib and black tea. Probably the best tasting cigar you’ll find at this price point.