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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 #44: Wow, what a great cigar! I smoked a couple of these from a box I bought last year and it was pretty good, but not \"great\". But after letting them sit it in my humidor for a year (I just smoked 2 more in consecutive nights) and they have aged into the best robustos I\'ve ever smoked. I\'m a huge fan of the robustos (and have tried dozens of PSD4\'s, Bolivar RC\'s, Epicure #2\'s, RYJ LE, and the Cohiba), but in my humble opinion, I have to say this one, pound for pound, dollar for dollar, is the best of them. Wonderful aroma and flavors so far earth: spice, chocolately and creamy-smooooooth. Very complex, so I\'ve yet to identify all the flavors. Very well constructed, with a perfect draw. I\'m going to have my third in as many nights right now! - Submitted by D.C. Park on August 3, 2005


Review #43: I\'m not sure what I\'m missing. The reviews on here have been right on up until this cigar. I\'m thinking it\'s just not my taste but I really found the RASS leaving a bitter taste in my mouth and an over all unpleasant experience. I bought a box and not a single stick (my fault) I will give one another try soon. Maybe with words like \"salty\" and \"spicy\" in other reviews I should have picked up on this being a different taste. I stil have to thank this board for turning me on to my favorite robusto to date, the Romeo LE Robusto. - Submitted by Siglo Smoker on July 22, 2005


Review #42: Competes very nicely with Partagas serie D. 4, not as good as the latter but close enough. Very nice draft, rich flavors, and again a similar aroma to Partagas S D. 4. IMO the best price/quality ratio. - Submitted by sam on June 27, 2005


Review #41: Just finished a box I purchased 6 months ago. After I had smoked the first one, I immediately ordered 2 more boxes, but my supplies could not deliver up to date... I have only on e word about this cigar... \"WOW!\" - Submitted by cgkrdc on June 25, 2005


Review #40: The RASS has all the power and complexity that only Cuban tobacco can deliver. Spicy and with wonderful flavours of earth, animal smells and chocolate with high % of cocoa. This cigar almost brougt tears in my eyes. Perfect draw and constuction, from a 04 box. The score must be a perfect 10. Should be even more complex with a few years in the humidor. I would like a score-system with a much wider range than this 5-star system! I think that too many cigars get top score, but this RASS deserves it! - Submitted by a.martinsen on June 17, 2005


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