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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 #33: I love the floral aromas produced at the beginning, evolving into a fruit-currant flavor midway, exploding into chocolate-coffee in the last third. Excellent even burn with humidity at 67RH. Unfortunately, if buying these, you must buy multiple boxes for aging purposes. Great when smoked now, but even better (than others) when aged cause this RASS is vintage for it\'s excellent aging property. - Submitted by ju1c3r on March 22, 2005


Review #32: What a beauty! Full flavoured medium bodied with a very smooth creamyness to it that I love. If anyones searching for that "chocolate" flavour here it is, try one of these. Also a leathery, nutty tobacco flavour with hints of dark woods and pepper. One of the best after dinner smokes. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 21, 2005


Review #31: I have smoked \'00 \'02 and \'04 Allones SS and they were all fantastic smokes. I have not heard anything about 2004 production being poor at all. Any english market selection \'04 Havana cigar is likely to be fantastic. These are full flavoured, smooth, creamy smokes; chocolatey and slightly tangy tobacco flavours with a fruitiness to them that makes your mouth water. Other flavours I detected were roast coffee and vanilla. These are only slightly spicy and the further down it smokes the creamier it becomes. - Submitted by Guest on March 14, 2005


Review #30: The rass is perhap the best robusto on the market. But, they need at least 2 years of aging. I have a box coded gki abr2004 bought at la casa del habano. Unsmokable, harsh with a bad burn. I checked on many cigar related forums and everyone have the same opinions about the 2004 rass. Don't buy the 2004 if you want to smoke them right now. - Submitted by Simon on March 4, 2005


Review #29: I never had a RASS before, but heard they were very good. So, had to try one! And I was not disappointed, that much I can say! Before lighting I noticed that the smell of this baby was truly awesome, very promising. As I rolled it through my fingers, I did notice that might be a bit underfilled. I made a perfect cut (I was really pleased with it) and a little flame finished the start-up ritual. The first thing that struck me was the amount of smoke this baby produced: heaps and heaps of thick, creamy, delicious smoke. Itís taste is medium bodied and consists mainly of pepper, earth some coffee and a hintof fruit. It took me exactly one hour to finish it. A little on the short side, but I blame the slightly underfilledness. All together this is a very, very good robusto, probably the best when considering value for money! - Submitted by Bolivar on March 3, 2005


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