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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 #150: APR 06 The specially selected are certainly that. Amazingly consistent. Medium to full bodied, with pleasing earthy intensity. Somehow creamy and complex with roasted Jamaica blue mountain notes.An excellent smoke with a top speyside malt such as Glenlivet Nudurra 16 Year old. Highly Commended! - Submitted by Pompous Max on July 14, 2008

Review #149: TO REVIEW 148: I think he meant PAMON ALLONES regional edition.If you are interested I can Give you the e-mail of a shop in Hong kong with very good prices and perfect delivery everywhere.They are called RAMON ALLONES ESTUPENDOS REGIONAL EDITION. 7 X 47. - Submitted by anamaria on July 10, 2008

Review #148: Hey Alex, you in australia? where abouts did you get those sticks from? Ramon Alones specialy selected EL? - Submitted by maalouly on July 9, 2008

Review #147: Ok let me count the ways that this little beauty was a surprise. Point one, it was cheap. Point two, it was well constructed. point three, it tasted great. Spice, pepper coffee, herbs and it doesn't matter this was just such a great cigar. Hard to spot since I know nothing about an aged version of it but what came out of the box was perfect. A real surprise. I can't wait for the rest to age in my humidor. A really good cigar from Cuba that doesn't cost the earth. BTW I just got hold of five of the the limited edition Asia/Australia sticks, they look great so there are some big expectations thats for sure. - Submitted by alexnoble on July 8, 2008

Review #146: FEB 07 Bought a box of 25s from an online website. The wrapper was dark and oily, even though they were box pressed, it didn't effect the draw or the quality. I tatsed lots of chocolate and coffee ... just superb rubosto for a night with your mates. Even though the cigar is still young from a 2007 box, the taste is amazing, burn is cosisten and the wrapper is dark and oily! I recommend every cigar lover to try them. - Submitted by maalouly on July 7, 2008

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