H. Upmann

H. Upmann

These mild to medium flavor cigars have a very smooth and subtle flavor that has been its hallmark since its introduction in 1844. A great favorite among aficionados, the history of this brand began around 1840, when Herman Upmann, banker and almost fanatical cigar enthusiast, offered to open a branch of his family-owned bank in Havana Cuba. In 1844, he invested in a cigar factory, and from then until 1922, the company traded as both a bank and a cigar business! In that year, both companies failed, and a British firm, J. Frankau & Co. (now Hunters & Frankau), saved the brand and ran the cigar factory until 1935. It was then sold to the newly-founded Menendez y Garcia Company. And so it was that a legend was re-born. Characteristically, Upmann offer a smooth, subtle, mild to medium smoke. These cigars are great for beginners, but appeal to the day-time tastes of seasoned connoisseurs. Their larger sizes are among the most rare and sought-after cigars in the world.

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    H. Upmann Magnum 46
    Single -
    US$22.50
    Box 25 -
    US$450.00
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  2. H. Upmann Magnum 50
    H. Upmann Magnum 50
    Box 10 -
    US$250.00
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  3. H. Upmann Magnum 54
    H. Upmann Magnum 54
    Single -
    US$24.50
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    Box 10 X 2 -
    US$420.00
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  4. H. Upmann Magnum 54 Tubos
    H. Upmann Magnum 54 Tubos
    Single -
    US$29.00
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    3s X 1 -
    US$77.00
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    3s X 5 -
    US$350.00
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    H. Upmann No. 2
    Single -
    US$27.50
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    Box 25 -
    US$550.00
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  6. H. Upmann Sir Winston
    H. Upmann Sir Winston
    Box 25 -
    US$650.00
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    Single -
    US$32.50
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