H.Upmann Magnum 46


Overview: H.Upmann Magnum 46

H Upmann’s Magnum 46, named after it’s ring gauge, is a rare find. This Corona Gorda Vitola measures at 143mm and is an all around elegant cigar, from its chocolate colored wrapper to the warm oak aroma that emanates from it.

Delicious flavors of sugar and nuts come out first with a creamy richness that the smoke provides, and reaches a mild medium strength from the first puffs. As the cigar burns the strength increases to a medium full flavour and additional notes of baking spices come in to mingle with the cream and the nuttyness intensifies.

The complexity of the transitions in this cigar are fantastic, truly a must try for all our aficionados if you haven’t yet had the chance.

It would pair nicely with a Havana Club on the rocks, put your feet up and enjoy some of the finer things in life.


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10 reviews for H.Upmann Magnum 46

  1. Michael M.

    I’ve read many good reviews on this cigar and had to check it out for myself. The Magnum 46 sure lives up to it’s reputation one of the best smokes I’ve experienced.

  2. Janet K.

    Great go to smoke. They are sweet at the beginning and hold a floral feel until the end. Medium boddied, smooth and well made. Great value.

  3. Richard H.

    One of my favourite Cigars! Exellent price-value- ratio! A fine, medium strong smoke with a decent sweet taste at the beginning and the typcal cuban cigar flavour. The brand is very regular. You can get for the same money a box of Cohiba Siglo II. The H. Upmann last much longer and I would not say taht the smoke of the Cohiba is finer.

  4. Pini D.

    Wow…love this cigar. Rich and smooth…everything a good cuban cigar should be.

  5. Hernando O.

    Well constructed light to medium-bodied Havana that gives a good shot of finely blended tobacco. Should age well. Burns well. It’s the kind of cigar that could grow on you. Let it age.

  6. Bob B.

    Definitely in the top 10. You get a wonderful orange zest from the aroma, along with earth and leather. Just a mouth watering long finish that I can still taste every time I think of them.

  7. Antranig B.

    A very smooth and medium bodied smoke! Good construction and solid flavors, i would say light to medium strength. I definitely enjoyed this smoke, but not on par with the romeo and juilieta, montecrhisto robustos as far as flavor and strength.

  8. Marco F.

    I have had many of these and they are darn good. I prefer these over its bigger brother the mag 50. The ones I have had have been filled just right. the Mag 50 seem underfilled and with just a tad less flavoe. This you get pleanty of woody, leather earty floavor

  9. Troy P.

    The box I received was a tad young and I like to smoke em right outta the box! Light wrapper, which surprised me ,but excellent aroma filled the room just as soon as I lit the first one up. Just smoked one today with about 11 days in the humi and was really good. Much more refined with smoother flavors from start to finish. Love this cigar and would buy more just need my main man Kevin to keep an eye out for a real oily DARK box!! Thanks Cubanlous and thanks Kevin !

  10. Gerald F.

    Many aficionados I talk to insist that a Cuban cigar doesn’t begin to open up and offer its true nature without a few years of age. The Magnum 46 is a cigar that truly defies that opinion. Even young I find that these have a smoothness of flavor that rounds out a surprisingly full body and potency for an Upmann. Even burn, plenty of smoke production, and the aroma that comes off of the wrapper as it warms up is pure Habanos.

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