The H. Upmann brand dates back to 1844, when Herman Upmann, began using specially imprinted boxes of cigars as promotional items for his banking firm.
The H Upmann brand offers a mild to medium strength.
A cigar that is rarely stocked by other retailers. But we have them in stock, and boy they're good. Classic refined Upmann flavours: woody and pepper. Tons of smoke and perfect draw. Recommended.
Brand new. The H. Upmann Connoisseur B follows closely in the footsteps of the brands Connoisseur A, except that this was originally an exclusive for LCDH. With a factory vitola/name of Geniales, this cigar has the same characteristic taste and scent you would expect from the H. Upmann brand.
An exception to the usual Upmann flavour, this Robusto is an excellent cigar. Fresh, herby and mild in taste, its charm is further accentuated through its even burn and highly floral notes. This cigar has two different faces.....
Tubed budget H Upmann. Good draw with plenty of smoke. Flavors included creamy vanilla, light hints of citrus with a mild paprika hit in the second half. A bargain.
This cigar is creamy with hints of coffee and some nutty flavours as well. This small havana promises to have a good future. Attractive, good draw,thick smoke with complex flavors for such a small cigar. Simply excellent.
Typical H. Upmann style, the taste is all woody tobacco and subtle hints of complex herbal flavours.
One of the best 30 minute cigars. A medium-full cigar with good burn and draw. Perfect for those with limited time.
Full flavored yet refined. Well-made, even burning with dark oily wrapper. Creamy and sweet. This cigar is what H. Upmann is all about.
A limited edition release from back in 2009. The H. Upmann Magnum 48 is a previously unreleased size, this time a 4 1/3 x 48 Corona Extra featuring wrappers only slightly darker than H. Upmann’s typical color. Sweet and creamy flavours dominate on these.
After the great success of the Magnum 50 Edicion Limitada 2005, H. Upmann has released this cigar, that will become the benchmark size of the brand. Nutty and woody, classic Upmann flavours.
The cigar immediately claims the crown of the widest girth to be found within the brand’s standard portfolio and is presented in SLB boxes of 25 and 10. The 54 joins the H.Upmann Magnum family alongside the current Magnum 46 and Magnum 50 and like them, proudly displays its name on a second band.
Huge 56 ring gauge from H. Upmann. There is a beautiful velvety smooth feel to these cigars, they are a must-have for any discerning cigar fan.
A great little cigar which benefits from some ageing, like all H Upmanns do! Recommended for beginners!
Creamy vanilla, nutty and orange citrus dominate here. The production limited to only 5 000 cartons containing 10 Royal Robust each makes it a very exclusive for those who seek perfection.
One of the lesser know H. Upmann cigars. It is an affordable Petit Corona which is surprisingly complex with a rare herbaceous quality that will appeal to the regular Cuban smoker.
H. Upmann Robustos Añejados is presented as a Special Edition in limited quantities which make them unique. The Habanos have undergone an ageing process of between 5 and 8 years. Through the ageing process the cigars have become rounder and mellower to the palate, getting touches of wood taste thanks to the years of rest with the cedar protecting it.
The H. Upmann Sir Winston Gran Reserva Cosecha 2011 is a 7 x 47 Churchill vitola, also known as the Julieta No.2. It uses tobacco from the 2011 crop grown in Cuba’s Pínar del Río province, the western most province and home to the island’s premium tobacco farms. A total of 5,000 boxes of 15 cigars are being produced, making for a total run of 75,000 cigars.