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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 #145: This is definitely a go-to smoke... Have been smoking these from different vintages (mainly 2002-2006)and loved them everytime - the more age, the better! I can also confirm these need at least two-three years to show their character. Always smooth and creamy, with a predominant nutty aroma and often floral/fruity aspects. Even the extra-dark '06s are already agreeable, but still a bit roasty and harsh. Greatly intense aromas meet intense tastes here, a perfect cigar. My favourite standard production Robusto bar none, reasonnably priced and reliable. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on July 2, 2008

Review #144: I was already a fun of the RA Gigantes, which I apreciate for their consistency and good quality-price ratio. I have smoked recenty one of these cigars and I've been really pleased. Construction perfect, colorado-maduro wrapper, well filled. Pre-lit aroma was pure italian espresso! Astonishing! Pre-lit draw was perfect. Once lit this cigar burned evenly and developed at first the coffee-flavour I was expecting, than it progressed toward the second third with an increasing nuttiness. Second third developed hints of cedar and some leather notes. Last third was again coffee mixed with some floral and woody notes. Really amazing cigar, complex but not difficult to enjoy, nicely priced and easy to enjoy. WOW! - Submitted by Edmundo on June 19, 2008

Review #143: Perfect Draw, well constructed,even burn BUT a bit inconsistent...need a few more smokes before deciding whether to buy again. Purchased these about 9 months ago.. smoke one immediately - major letdown...nothing going for it - ok at best. 2nd smoke about 4mths ago and all I can remember from stick #2 was the "chalk" taste... 9 months into the humi - pulled one out last night and it BLEW me away at just how good it was...perfect balance of spice, pepper, earth and an excellent, just slightly herbal finish...nubbed it... still scratching my head on this one though...once I smoke the others, I'll be back with a final review...scoring it right down the middle for now. - Submitted by TonyM112233 on June 13, 2008

Review #142: To #140: That's why it's best to get a cabinet of 50 cigars, if possible (and it is with the RASS). Apart from the absence of box-pressing, it also permits better aging. - Submitted by agraupe on May 23, 2008

Review #141: SEP 07 for the price the best robusto I have had. I have had them all except for the Bolivar RC.I tend to like the milder ones like the epicure 2, as opposed to the Cohiba and PSD4. This is mild in my opinion. Perfect burn as well, I just wish these weren't box pressed. - Submitted by cubanstogie on May 23, 2008

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