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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 #25: I find it the best value for money Robusto. As Partagas D4 began its decline, no doubt lowering standards to meet demand, Ramon Allones started to impress with this cigar, and has become a more than worthy succesor in my humidor. Oily wrapper, flavour encompassing chocolate, coffee, with earthy undertones, a hint of fruit. A rich and mellow smoke. Very subtle, very satisfactory. - Submitted by Frederick on February 9, 2005


Review #24: Beautiful! Velvety and Rich! - Submitted by DDP on December 9, 2004


Review #23: Bold, yet refined, Cuban tobacco flavor marks this stick. If you want the kind of flavor that can be found only in a Cuban cigar, try the RASS. This and the Bolivar Royal Corona are my two favorite robustos. Why anyone would go for the far more expensive Cohiba robusto over this cigar is a mystery to me. - Submitted by Snuka on November 23, 2004


Review #22: A cigar with a personality which you can't ignore. The excitement beguines from almost the beginning revealing tones of pepper coffee wood and cream especially at the end when it gives stronger smoke .After 1.5 years in the humidor is definitely a good representative of its kind. Suitable for ending a winder dinner. - Submitted by Shiengas P. on October 29, 2004


Review #21: Cinging the end, the aroma is peppery. The first few puffs are quite different though. It is cedary, and rich. Light but rich. The flavour through the nose, if you look for it, is very much like a good Bolivar, only a little more fruity. Due to it being a light body this flavour is masked later on by others less subtle. A good vitole but with a slightly too easy draw. I must get me a cigar punch. - Submitted by peanutaxis on October 11, 2004


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