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Ramon Allones Specially Selected

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
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 #114: Earth, chocolate, lemon grass and spices all held within a fruity, salty wrapper. This burnt extremely well. It ends with earth, vanilla, cream and slight spice - however, it becomes too strong towards the nub. A good complex robusto but not the best. - Submitted by CastroGTX on August 13, 2007


Review #113: good cigar. I was impressed by the level of spice in my stick. I had definete leather (to my delight). I had a little bit of a burn issue but definetely worth a try. - Submitted by traded on August 4, 2007


Review #112: It was almost a year since i last smoked one of these RASS's and last week i revisited this robusto. And what a amazing cigar it is. They can be quite bland in taste when smoked too young but after almost 5 yrs in de humidor they are superb. Full of flavour (coffee, leather, spice, wood and a dark chocotaste)and a razor sharp burn. Stock up on them and let them age at least 3 yrs (as stated above), you won't be disappointed. - Submitted by Lucky on August 3, 2007


Review #111: My Nov04 box was very random taste wise. But when you find a good one it cannot be beaten for taste. Simply heaven! 15 out of the box of 25 were good ones, but even the bad ones are full of character, just not quite as creamy and sweet as the others. Highly recommended day to day smoke. - Submitted by Marvinblu on July 23, 2007


Review #110: I've smoked three from a 7/06 box and, oddly, the best of the three -- a sheer delight -- was one smoked upon arrival only 9 months from box date. The last of the three seemed a bit too loose. But on average, still a dependably fine smoke with a flavor profile maybe midway between an SLR Rego or PSD 4 and something a bit richer like a Monte4. Giving it a solid 8. - Submitted by carld on July 11, 2007


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