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H Upmann Connossieur a for sale. After more than 25 years in existence, there when it comes to cigars there are relatively few vitolas—specifically outside of the 60-80 ring gauge variety—that Habanos S.A. has not released at some point in the past. However, the recently released H. Upmann Connossieur No.2 meets that standard in at least one way.
Carrying the factory name Bohemios, the Connossieur No.2 is a new vitola that has never been released by Habanos S.A. before and measures 5 1/4 inches (134mm) with a 51 ring gauge. It was introduced during a virtual event in November of last year hosted by 5th Avenue Products Trading-GmbH—which is the distributor of Habanos S.A. products in Germany, Austria and Poland—and was available for consumers to purchase right after the launch in both Germany and Austria.
However, while the vitola may be new, the Connossieur name is not. In fact, the newest cigar is the fourth creation to use the moniker: the original 5 x 48 H.
Upmann Connossieur A is a 5 1/2 x 52 robusto extra that was first released in 2013. Five years later, the 5 7/8 x 54 H. Upmann Connossieur B debuted as an exclusive to La Casa del Habano franchises, signified by a secondary gold band bearing the LCDH logo. H Upmann Connossieur a for sale
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The cigar is just short of rock hard when squeezed and two samples feature soft spots: one located just under the main band and one located halfway between the main band and the foot. Aroma from the wrapper and foot is a combination of strong sweet hay, barnyard, earth, freshly brewed espresso, creamy almonds and dark chocolate, while the cold draw brings flavors of peanut shells, cinnamon, sweet hay, earth, freshly brewed espresso, creamy almonds, and cocoa nibs.
Starting out, the first third of the H. Upmann is incredibly sweet and creamy on the palate, with strong caramel and almond flavors easily taking the top spots in the profile, followed by notes of earth, leather tack, oatmeal, cedar and slight floral.
There is a touch of spice noticeable on my tongue—albeit not enough to think it is going to stick around very long—and some white pepper on the retrohale, the latter of which combines nicely with the aforementioned caramel sweetness that continues to get stronger as the first third burns down.
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Construction-wise, the draw is excellent after a straight cut and the burn is wavy but non-problematic so far, while the smoke production is quite thick and plentiful off of the foot.
The strength of the cigar starts off fairly mild and while it does increase a bit, it still fails to come anywhere close to medium by the time the first third comes to an end.
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