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H. Upmann humidor is a brand of humidors created by Habanos S.A., the Cuban state-owned company that owns the rights to manufacture and sell cigars under the H. Upmann brand name.
The H. Upmann humidor is made of Spanish cedar, one of the most durable woods used in cigar boxes, and it features a Spanish cedar top with a brass lid and bottom band inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which is also known as abalone shell or sea snail shell. The humidor also has a unique locking mechanism that prevents any other type of humidifier from being inserted into it without breaking the seal on its lid.
Cigar smokers often use an analog scale known as a gram scale to measure their cigars’ weight in grams for pricing purposes, but there are many scales available on the market today that are digital and can be used to measure weight from 0 to 99 grams without having to weigh each individual
The H. Upmann humidor was first introduced in 1844 and has been a part of cigar smoking culture ever since. It is a common practice to keep cigars at an optimal humidity level by placing them in the humidor.
The H. Upmann humidor was designed to be able to hold up to 100 cigars and its price starts at $1,000 USD for the most basic model.
The H. Upmann humidor is a cigar-sized humidor designed to keep cigars fresh. The humidor is made from Spanish cedar and has a light-colored interior that makes it easy to see the level of moisture in the cigars inside.
The H. Upmann 34F.G.H & 34 (code 028) is an affordable cigar produced by Habanos S.A., the Cuban state tobacco company, and distributed by Altadis U.S., Inc.. It was first introduced in 2011 and was sold in two sizes: four inches long with a ring gauge of 38, or six inches long with a ring gauge of 42.
The cigar has been praised for its great taste and quality, even by critics who have not liked other cigars from Habanos S.A.. It also has been described as being "rugged" with "a peppery finish."