H. Upmann

H. Upmann
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History

All H. Upmann Cuban Cigars

Two German brothers had a very profitable banking business, and part of their practice was to give valued clients a premier cigar. The brothers, August and Herman Upmann, were themselves first-class aficionados, and opted to relocate their business to Havanna, Cuba. There, in 1844 the brothers acquired a private cigar factory to produce the cigars for their banking clients; they dubbed it the H. Upmann Cuban Cigars Factory (now the esteemed José Martí Factory). Under the brothers direction the brand quickly gained international recognition in the late 1800s, earning several gold medal titles