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H. UPMANN CORONAS JUNIOR

This cigar is classified as Light to Medium within the flavour categories outlined by Habanos S. A., the Cuban company responsible for the global marketing and distribution of all Habanos.

In 2010 the Coronas Junior was the second best selling Cuban cigar within the UK duty paid market and has consistently ranked in the top 5 for many years.

The Upmann taste is typically one of clear and refined first class tobacco. However, other common flavours people have noted are ones including ‘cedar’, ‘herbs’, ‘cream’ and a ‘sweetness’.

Cigar Aficionado reviewed this cigar recently, saying “It produces woody, leathery flavours with some fruity notes”.

With a simple and clear taste, a light to medium flavour and a size that remains unchallenging to even novice cigar smokers, it is easy to see why the Coronas Junior has long been one of the world’s favourite Habanos. Long may it continue.

PUNCH PETIT CORONATIONS

Punch is classified as medium flavour within the categories set out by Habanos S.A.

The American publication, Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 points out of a possible 100 saying “Gorgeous colour and a beautiful shape. It has a balanced draw and an even burn. This is a powerful cigar with dense flavours of chocolate and espresso. A beautiful smoke.”

The classic „woody‟ Punch taste is showcased particularly well by this Corona Gorda. The format creates the ideal format to reveal some of the more robust aspects of the brand that are often overlooked.

ROMEO Y JULIETA NO.3

The Romeo Y Julieta brand is classified as medium bodied within the flavour structure outlined by Habanos S. A. The medium strength, wide range of vitolas (sizes) and an inclusive flavour that is often described as „harmonious‟, floral‟, „sweet‟ and „woody‟ provide some of the main reasons why Romeo Y Julieta has remained one of the most popular Cuban brands in the world.

Min Ron NEE in his peerless tome, „An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars‟ goes even further, describing the Romeo y Julieta taste as “Characterised by robust and complex flavours. Every kind of flavour imaginable, floral, nutty, herbal, “tangy”, fruity woody, beans (Cocoa, coffee, vanilla etc.), are present in abundance. The hallmark unmistakable “Romeo” style taste is that none of these flavours stands out in particular.”

When the American publication, Cigar Aficionado reviewed this cigar they scored it 89 points out of 100, saying its “burns evenly, exuding a cedary aroma. Wood and Cedar flavors dominate, leaving earthy, leather notes on the finish.”

Montecristo Petit Tubos

This cigar was released in 2004. The wide gauge allows an easy draw and a satisfying voluminous smoke, while the shorter length makes it an ideal choice for those occasions when time is a factor.

The taste that has made Montecristo the world‟s most sought-after premium cigar is often described as “tangy”. Certainly the flavour is distinctive.

Other words commonly used to describe the taste include „coffee‟ and „cocoa beans‟ as well as „orange peel‟, „cinnamon‟ and „vanilla‟, all of which lead to the conclusion that a delicious bitter-sweet, spicy taste lies at the heart of Montecristo‟s success combined, of course, with the perfect balance of its tobacco blend.

When the American publication, Cigar Aficionado, reviewed this cigar they awarded it an impressive 93 points out of 100 and called it a “fat and sassy cigar” which has a “spice and coffee character.”

COHIBA SIGLO I

The unique ‘extra fermentation’ that is conducted on the Seco and Legero of all Cohibas lasts for eighteen months and is conducted at the factory in cedar barrels. This extra age creates a unique taste. The famous Cohiba flavour is most often described as ‘Grassy’, although others have noticed tones of vanilla, cocoa and coffee. It is often noted how this extra fermentation makes the taste ‘smoother’ and more refined.

Min Ron NEE, in his book An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars says of the Siglo range “Mild, creamy sweetness, medium bean flavour, subtle ‘Cohiba’ Grassy taste, mild floral and herbal flavours”.

The American publication Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 out of 100 in a recent review, saying “A lot of flavour in a small cigar. Beautifully crafted with a rich chocolate wrapper, it is soft-textured and sumptuous to smoke, with dark chocolate and spice aromas and flavours”

ROMEO Y JULIETA SHORT CHURCHILL

The Short Churchill is a Robusto size which was added as the first medium flavoured vitola of this popular size in 2006. Its flavour characteristics are consistent with the Romeo y Julieta brand as a whole. Min Ron NEE describes the Romeo y Julieta taste as “Characterised by robust and complex flavours. Every kind of flavour imaginable, floral, nutty, herbal, “tangy”, fruity woody, beans (Cocoa, coffee, vanilla etc.), are present in abundance. The hallmark unmistakable “Romeo” style taste is that none of these flavours stands out in particular.”

The American publication Cigar Aficionado ranked this cigar in its top ten for 2008, scoring it an impressive 94 out of 100. They said; ‘It’s one of those “go to” Cuban cigars that never disappoint, and it’s incredibly popular in the global market at the moment... the cigar seems to be getting better and better, even richer to our taste than on release. It also comes in tubes, which makes it convenient to throw in your pocket if you are going out for the night. The cigar traditionally comes with an almost claro, or light-brown, wrapper, and its red, white and gold livery.

The cigar delivers full-bodied flavour yet remains balanced and refined. Leather, cocoa bean and wood abound, and are punctuated with an almost citrus element.’ It is indeed a very harmonious and aromatic brand that is provided the perfect platform for expression in this delightful heavy gauge cigar.

COHIBA SIGLO II

The unique „extra fermentation‟ that is conducted on the Seco and Legero of all Cohibas lasts for eighteen months and is conducted at the factory in cedar barrels. This extra age creates a unique taste.

The famous Cohiba flavour is most often described as „Grassy‟, although others have noticed tones of vanilla, cocoa and coffee. It is often noted how this extra fermentation makes the taste „smoother‟ and more refined. Min Ron NEE, in his book An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars says of the Siglo range “Mild, creamy sweetness, medium bean flavour, subtle „Cohiba‟ Grassy taste, mild floral and herbal flavours.”.

The American publication Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 out of 100 in a recent review, saying “Oily, firm and well made, with a fine draw and an even burn. The cigar is spicy and rich, with complex flavours of dark chocolate, coffee and leather. A full bodied masterpiece”

Montecristo Edmundo

This cigar was released in 2004. The wide gauge allows an easy draw and a satisfying voluminous smoke, while the shorter length makes it an ideal choice for those occasions when time is a factor.

The taste that has made Montecristo the world‟s most sought-after premium cigar is often described as “tangy”. Certainly the flavour is distinctive. Other words commonly used to describe the taste include „coffee‟ and „cocoa beans‟ as well as „orange peel‟, „cinnamon‟ and „vanilla‟, all of which lead to the conclusion that a delicious bitter-sweet, spicy taste lies at the heart of Montecristo‟s success combined, of course, with the perfect balance of its tobacco blend.

When the American publication, Cigar Aficionado, reviewed this cigar they awarded it an impressive 93 points out of 100 and called it a “fat and sassy cigar” which has a “spice and coffee character.”

H. UPMANN CORONAS JUNIOR

This cigar is classified as Light to Medium within the flavour categories outlined by Habanos S. A., the Cuban company responsible for the global marketing and distribution of all Habanos.

In 2010 the Coronas Junior was the second best selling Cuban cigar within the UK duty paid market and has consistently ranked in the top 5 for many years. The Upmann taste is typically one of clear and refined first class tobacco. However, other common flavours people have noted are ones including ‘cedar’, ‘herbs’, ‘cream’ and a ‘sweetness’. Cigar Aficionado reviewed this cigar recently, saying “It produces woody, leathery flavours with some fruity notes”.

With a simple and clear taste, a light to medium flavour and a size that remains unchallenging to even novice cigar smokers, it is easy to see why the Coronas Junior has long been one of the world’s favourite Habanos. Long may it continue.

PUNCH PETIT CORONATIONS

Punch is classified as medium flavour within the categories set out by Habanos S.A. The American publication, Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 points out of a possible 100 saying “Gorgeous colour and a beautiful shape.

It has a balanced draw and an even burn. This is a powerful cigar with dense flavours of chocolate and espresso. A beautiful smoke.” The classic „woody‟ Punch taste is showcased particularly well by this Corona Gorda.

The format creates the ideal format to reveal some of the more robust aspects of the brand that are often overlooked.

ROMEO Y JULIETA NO.3

The Romeo Y Julieta brand is classified as medium bodied within the flavour structure outlined by Habanos S. A. The medium strength, wide range of vitolas (sizes) and an inclusive flavour that is often described as „harmonious‟, floral‟, „sweet‟ and „woody‟ provide some of the main reasons why Romeo Y Julieta has remained one of the most popular Cuban brands in the world.

Min Ron NEE in his peerless tome, „An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars‟ goes even further, describing the Romeo y Julieta taste as “Characterised by robust and complex flavours. Every kind of flavour imaginable, floral, nutty, herbal, “tangy”, fruity woody, beans (Cocoa, coffee, vanilla etc.), are present in abundance. The hallmark unmistakable “Romeo” style taste is that none of these flavours stands out in particular.”

Montecristo Petit Tubos

This cigar was released in 2004. The wide gauge allows an easy draw and a satisfying voluminous smoke, while the shorter length makes it an ideal choice for those occasions when time is a factor.

The taste that has made Montecristo the world‟s most sought-after premium cigar is often described as “tangy”. Certainly the flavour is distinctive.Other words commonly used to describe the taste include „coffee‟ and „cocoa beans‟ as well as „orange peel‟, „cinnamon‟ and „vanilla‟, all of which lead to the conclusion that a delicious bitter-sweet, spicy taste lies at the heart of Montecristo‟s success combined, of course, with the perfect balance of its tobacco blend.

COHIBA SIGLO I

The unique ‘extra fermentation’ that is conducted on the Seco and Legero of all Cohibas lasts for eighteen months and is conducted at the factory in cedar barrels. This extra age creates a unique taste. The famous Cohiba flavour is most often described as ‘Grassy’, although others have noticed tones of vanilla, cocoa and coffee. It is often noted how this extra fermentation makes the taste ‘smoother’ and more refined.

Min Ron NEE, in his book An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars says of the Siglo range “Mild, creamy sweetness, medium bean flavour, subtle ‘Cohiba’ Grassy taste, mild floral and herbal flavours”.

The American publication Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 out of 100 in a recent review, saying “A lot of flavour in a small cigar. Beautifully crafted with a rich chocolate wrapper, it is soft-textured and sumptuous to smoke, with dark chocolate and spice aromas and flavours”

ROMEO Y JULIETA SHORT CHURCHILL

The Short Churchill is a Robusto size which was added as the first medium flavoured vitola of this popular size in 2006. Its flavour characteristics are consistent with the Romeo y Julieta brand as a whole. Min Ron NEE describes the Romeo y Julieta taste as “Characterised by robust and complex flavours. Every kind of flavour imaginable, floral, nutty, herbal, “tangy”, fruity woody, beans (Cocoa, coffee, vanilla etc.), are present in abundance. The hallmark unmistakable “Romeo” style taste is that none of these flavours stands out in particular.”

The American publication Cigar Aficionado ranked this cigar in its top ten for 2008, scoring it an impressive 94 out of 100. They said; ‘It’s one of those “go to” Cuban cigars that never disappoint, and it’s incredibly popular in the global market at the moment... the cigar seems to be getting better and better, even richer to our taste than on release. It also comes in tubes, which makes it convenient to throw in your pocket if you are going out for the night. The cigar traditionally comes with an almost claro, or light-brown, wrapper, and its red, white and gold livery. The cigar delivers full-bodied flavour yet remains balanced and refined. Leather, cocoa bean and wood abound, and are punctuated with an almost citrus element.’

It is indeed a very harmonious and aromatic brand that is provided the perfect platform for expression in this delightful heavy gauge cigar.

COHIBA SIGLO II

The unique „extra fermentation‟ that is conducted on the Seco and Legero of all Cohibas lasts for eighteen months and is conducted at the factory in cedar barrels. This extra age creates a unique taste. The famous Cohiba flavour is most often described as „Grassy‟, although others have noticed tones of vanilla, cocoa and coffee. It is often noted how this extra fermentation makes the taste „smoother‟ and more refined.

Min Ron NEE, in his book An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Post-Revolution Havana Cigars says of the Siglo range “Mild, creamy sweetness, medium bean flavour, subtle „Cohiba‟ Grassy taste, mild floral and herbal flavours.”.

The American publication Cigar Aficionado scored this cigar an impressive 93 out of 100 in a recent review, saying “Oily, firm and well made, with a fine draw and an even burn. The cigar is spicy and rich, with complex flavours of dark chocolate, coffee and leather. A full bodied masterpiece”

Montecristo Edmundo

This cigar was released in 2004. The wide gauge allows an easy draw and a satisfying voluminous smoke, while the shorter length makes it an ideal choice for those occasions when time is a factor.

The taste that has made Montecristo the world‟s most sought-after premium cigar is often described as “tangy”. Certainly the flavour is distinctive.

Other words commonly used to describe the taste include „coffee‟ and „cocoa beans‟ as well as „orange peel‟, „cinnamon‟ and „vanilla‟, all of which lead to the conclusion that a delicious bitter-sweet, spicy taste lies at the heart of Montecristo‟s success combined, of course, with the perfect balance of its tobacco blend.

When the American publication, Cigar Aficionado, reviewed this cigar they awarded it an impressive 93 points out of 100 and called it a “fat and sassy cigar” which has a “spice and coffee character.”

The WoodMan

60 Battersea High St, Battersea, London SW11 3HX

020 7228 2968

OPENING TIMES

Sunday - Thursday 12 - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 12am

       

The WoodMan

60 Battersea High St, Battersea, London SW11 3HX

020 7228 2968

OPENING TIMES

Sunday - Thursday 12 - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 12am