By Marco F. on 27 May 2009 (H.Upmann Coronas Major Tubos) :
UMMM these are a fine smoke at a great value. The ones I have had recently have been a tad wet so I would tell you to check this out when you get them and if need be open the tube cap and leave it off and dry box them. For the money they offer , earthywith woody taste and can sometimes be on the strong side. For the money they can't be beat.
By Josh K. on 15 Oct. 2008 (H.Upmann Coronas Major Tubos) :
And thats where it ends. Once you get into the cigar there is not much to it. It is not very complex but it does have a great draw and does produce a LOT of smoke which I love. For flavor I would have to say spicy cedar but it is pretty consistent throughout. Even burn with a great white ash that stuck to the cigar till I was almost at the half way point.
Its name may prompt mistakes since we are dealing with a Mareva. A small Upmann, but powerful and with a very good taste. The cigar under this commercial name is presented in two different sizes or formats: Mareva and Eminente. In the case of the Coronas, the cigars are always hand rolled but in the case of the Eminentes they can be both hand rolled or machine rolled. The blend is the same in the two versions.