UP18ATO
4.8 5
Toro Great smoke! Starts off a bit spicy but after that it’s just an hour plus of great aged tobacco! 4 5 1
Toro I got a 5 pack of these with another order of Upmanns I put in, so I didn't know what to expect when I tried it. I didn't think I'd enjoy it based on how the first third smoked, extremely spicy with that spiciness masking underlying flavors, however by the time you get into the second third, the spice wanes and the cigar begins to mellow out. Second third is nice and smooth with a good chocolate flavor, it was at this point I began to really enjoy the smoke. It kept the notes of chocolate for the remainder of the smoke, but by the final third you also get notes of coffee and at the nub some cinnamon as well. Definitely gets better as you smoke it and I smoked it till it burned my fingers. Draw and construction were perfect, though I did need to touch it up a little at the very end. Definitely a medium to full body leaning more toward full. I don't think I could smoke this daily like a Vintage Cameroon or Herman's Batch, but it will certainly become a regular in my humidor. Pairs well with a sweeter brandy. 5 5 1
Toro The reviews were good but I’ve had no burn issues and great draw throughout. Complex flavors with a nice oily finish. It’s a winner 5 5 1
Toro Great stick. Doesn’t try to do anything too difficult. Very predictable which is a compliment. 5 5 1
Toro I stumbled upon this smoke during a JR special offered. Three boxes later I find myself content with the quality, price, and taste of this cigar. The toro is an excellent choice. Lasts for about 1 1/2 hours. The magnum version is very good, but no difference in smoke time. The Anejo 1844 is my every day smoke. 5 5 1

H. Upmann 1844 Anejo

Toro 6 × 54 UP18ATO

H. Upmann 1844 Anejo Toro cigars are expertly rolled in Honduras with a dark oily, double-fermented Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, a Broadleaf binder, and a well-balanced blend of Honduran, Dominican, and Nicaraguan fillers. All the tobaccos used for this blend have been aged for 5-years, hence the name anejo was chosen, being that it’s the is Spanish word for “old” or “mature”. All this extra aging results in a medium to full bodied smoke that delivers rich, well refined flavors of earth, cocoa, cinnamon, and leather, backed by creamy smooth notes of sweet tobacco. Top-notch construction provides a long-lasting smoke with an even burn and effortless draw. The 1844 Anejo Toro cigars, available in boxes of 25, are a must-buy for fans of deeply aged, full flavored, handmade premium cigars. Get yours today!
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6

54

Parejo

Ecuador Habano

Broadleaf

Nicaragua / Dominican Republic / Honduras

Honduras

Medium - Full

EMS

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