H. Upmann Magnum 50 (Cab 50)
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H. Upmann Magnum 50 (Cab 50)

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  • Length: 160 mm / 6.2 inches
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Description

H.-Upmann-Magnum-50-(box-25) For a well-deserved Cuban cigar, you do not need to look further than H Upmann Magnum 50 (box 25). It is perfectly crafted to offer aficionados with progressive strength they approach the last third of the stick. It is massive, having a gauge size of fifty and is packed in a magnificent leathery wrapper with each box containing 25 of this unique cigar. In terms of flavor it starts with spicy cedar interspersed with chocolate and cocoa as well as woody taste. This is the reason why it should not miss from the humidors of every Cuban cigar enthusiast world over.

H.-Upmann-Magnum-50-(Cab-50)) One of the 2005 H Upmann Magnum 50 brands is the H Upmann Magnum 50 (cab 50). This robust sized Cuban cigar boasts of superior quality, moderate to full-strength and unique blend of spices and flavor. In the first third one gets the experience of cedar mixed with cocoa and chocolate flavors. As you get into the second third of the smoke to start feeling the rising strength of this H Upmann which achieves its full potential as the last third burns out. This is when the leathery and wood flavor graces the smoke. H Upmann Magnum (Cab 50) burns with a sweet smelling aroma only found with the Cuban cigars.

History

H.-Upmann-Magnum-50-(box-25) Deserving to have a place in the history books is H Upmann Cuban cigar history. It is a demonstration of sheer urge to succeed and to satisfy the desire of its users as well as dealers in their products. The history of H Upmann Cuban cigars covers some of them most important personalities and celebrities of their time. The big names include those of Christopher Columbus and J. F Kennedy as well as others. Before we delve into the actual history of H Upmann cigars and its brands including Magnum 50 box of 10 it is worthwhile to examine that of cigars and Cuban cigars in general.
The word cigar originated from a traditional Mayan word for smoking known as sikar and the very first translation was to Spanish language where it is referred to as cigarro. The designation cigar has stuck in dictionary as well as many if not all the major languages being spoken in the world. The initial translation into Spanish was because this is the first country in Europe where tobacco was first smoked.
No one can really tell when tobacco was first smoked. In addition there are no data indicating where or who discovered that tobacco could be smoked and had some stimulant effect. The first available data on tobacco dates back to fifteenth century during the time of voyage. Sailors traversed the world and by them culture and habit was transferred from one continent to another. Another influence was produced by colonialists who visited certain countries of interest and carried with them goodies and spoils they obtained from there.
The first news about tobacco was delivered by Christopher Columbus to Spain in the year1492. He reported that Cuban Indians were smoking a primitive kind of tobacco made from dried leaves rolled and wrapped in palm or plantain and other herbs. Soon other sailors in the voyage caught the habit and started introduced it in their mother countries. Thus smoking spread to Spain, Portugal and finally to France where the French ambassador to Portugal, Jean Nicot named it nicotine after his own name.

H.-Upmann-Magnum-50-(Cab-50) History books cannot fail to recognize the role played and place occupied by the H Upmann cigars. It is a demonstration of relentless need and the urge to achieve a habitual as well as financial prowess, in an attempt to satisfy the desire of its users as well as dealers in their products. Some of the most influential personalities in history took part in the detailed history of the H Upmann Cuban cigars. The big names include those of Christopher Columbus and J. F Kennedy as well as others. Before we delve into the actual history of H Upmann cigars and its brands including Magnum 50 (cab 50) it is worthwhile to examine that of cigars and Cuban cigars in general.
The word cigar was coined from an ancient Mayan word for smoking, referred to as sikar which was first translated to Spanish language for cigarro. The designation cigar has stuck in dictionary as well as many if not all the major languages being spoken in the world, although there are variations. The initial translation into Spanish was because this is the first country in Europe where tobacco was first smoked. However the use of this word was to wait until the early nineteenth century to be adopted officially.
No one can really tell when tobacco was first smoked. In addition there are no data indicating where or who discovered that tobacco could be smoked and had some stimulant effect. The first available data on tobacco dates back to fifteenth century during the time of voyage. Sailors traversed the world and by them culture and habit was transferred from one continent to another. Another influence was produced by colonialists who visited certain countries of interest and carried with them goodies and spoils they obtained from there.
The first news about tobacco was delivered by Christopher Columbus to Spain in the year1492. He reported that Cuban Indians were smoking a primitive kind of tobacco made from dried leaves rolled and wrapped in palm or plantain and other herbs. Soon other sailors in the voyage caught the habit and started introduced it in their mother countries. Thus smoking spread to Spain, Portugal and finally to France where the French ambassador to Portugal, Jean Nicot named it nicotine after his own name.

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