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Ramon Allones Specially Selected

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Without cellophane) Boxes of 25. Slide Lid Box: Boxes of 25.

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Review #180: Even though this cigar must have come from the box of 25, it still had the square boxpressed shape and the wrapper was little little affected by poor handling, it was a real pleasure smoking. It seemed a bit underfilled because the draw was very light and it burned slightly uneven, but the floral aroma , the taste of dark chocolate and cedar and the caramel and tobacco finish made it hard to put away and made up for the lack in looks. In this case the fingerburns were compensated by great taste. The worst specially selecteds i have had up to now were merely good, and the good ones were really up there. My favourite Robusto. - Submitted by arnehdhh on March 15, 2009

Review #179: The RA Robusto is quite a great cigar and the priciest cuban in the Robusto size, although this cigar from a 25 Box is just flat,young and disappointing with usually light brown wrappers and taste to young and lacks depth. However if you smoke one from a Cabinet of 50 itīs quite a great cigar, powerful earthy,leathery and spicy. Itīs sad to see the difference between the great cabinet version and the dissapointing SLB version, so beware if you want to go sure for a great smoke try the cabinet version. - Submitted by DG on March 7, 2009

Review #178: to reviewer #176.you love the cigar,yet you only gave it 2 stars? - Submitted by paul watson on March 5, 2009

Review #177: NOV 05 This is, by a small but considerable margin, my favorite Robusto. I love the format and have tried most, with the exception of ELs. The SS presents a complex floral flavor profile of medium strength which delivers from beginning to the end without deception. Beautifully constructed and amazingly consistent, it has never deceived me whether young or aged and regardless of production year. I have sampled many young ones from the LCDH in Montreal while alternating with the ones that were aging in my humidor from a box of Nov 2005 for comparison reasons. I'm down to my last two from that box. I concluded that age doesn't change the flavor profile or the strength much but it considerably lengthens the finish. After 3 years, I can smoke mine until I burn my fingers which I can not do with a fresh one. Nevertheless, they are all amazing cigars that provide a 45-60min of great satisfaction leaving me wishing for more... - Submitted by SmokeRings on February 27, 2009

Review #176: Love the cigar. Beautiful color. Nice ioly rapper. Great taste. Last box I bought had a tight draw. I have smoked 6 cigars and they are all the same. But still an awesome cigar. Can't tell yoy its better than a D4 but very close. Love it. - Submitted by alenbak on February 22, 2009

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