The H. Upmann Upmann No.2 is the only survivor of the brand’s number series. There were in fact five sizes, identical in size to the Montecristo numerical series. The No.3 and No.5 were discontinued in the 1980s, while the Upmann No.1 and No.4 went out of production in 2002. The No.2 is a Piramide that has always been sold in Semi Plain Boxes.
The cigar comes dressed in a bright and marbled Colorado shaded wrapper, with a reddish tone. To the touch, it is smooth and with medium veins. Construction and filling are more than good.
- Country of Origin: Cuba
- Size: 52 x 156 mm (6.14″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ – | € 14
H. Upmann Upmann No.2: on the nose, the aromas are very light. However, notes of wood, spices, and nuts are delivered.
The H. Upmann Upmann No.2 is a good product, albeit not very representative of the brand, compared to the Magnum 46 or the Sir Winston. In particular, the flavor profile focuses on a small circle of aromas, which, however, are well defined and recognizable. Vegetal and “green” tones lead us to believe that a bit more resting time would make it a less rustic smoke.