H. Upmann has been crafting top-notch cigars for almost 170 years - that's as obvious as the sky is blue. But recently H. Upmann started turning heads with a series of innovate new blends. Releases like the H. Upmann Havoc, a medium-bodied cigar that caters to those looking for complexity without all the head-spinning strength. To craft Havoc, a leathery and supple San Andres Criollo '98 wrapper is draped over a Dominican binder and Nicaraguan long-fillers. Striking up billows of smoke, Havoc unleashes a barrage of tasty nuances. Hints of leather, cream, toasty tobacco and coffee join the fray as Havoc remains cool and smooth. It's no doubt a departure from previous offerings, but that my friends is exactly the point.
“I just had the 6x54 Toro. Medium-power, no serious blast of strength here, but COMPLEXITY! The very different tobaccos in this thing come together beautifully and will keep you interested.
JL of WILKES-BARRE, PA
“Cry Havoc! The newish offering from H. Upmann Toro sports a reddish brown Cirillo wrapper seamlessly draped over Nicaraguan long fillers. As advertised, strong notes of leather are present, as well as light spice, cream & an overall earthy profile. Medium bodied, yet at the same time full flavored. 88/100”
BB of LOVELAND, OH
“I bought a 5 pack of HUpman Havoc cigars....I've smoked H Upman cigars off and on for years, but am very disappointed in the Havaoc.Three of the cigars in a row had horribly tough draw and center burn. I could not keep them lit. Might have been a good experience if I were able to enjoy any for more than a few seconds. I can forgive one, question two but condemn 3....”