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Ramon Allones Belicosos

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:140
Format:CampanaRing:52
Weight:12,45 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Ramon Allones Belicosos Review:

I never tried this cigar before but I decided to order a box as belicosos is my favourite vitola at the moment. And (for a change) I was right! New Cuban quality control enables production of very complex cigars with all traditional characteristics of pre 1997 madness. One of them is this RA Belicoso, unfortunately available only in few countries (EMS). Well matured tobacco, good (but not perfect) construction and smooth draw are characteristic of this cigar. Some of my friends describe this cigar as strong and powerful but in my opinion strength is on medium side and is more complex and well balanced than for example RA Specially Selected. Only at the very end became more powerful and rough but this was never prevailing. I decided to drink Australian wine from Tasmania but cigar was so nicely rounded that I changed it with well matured Bordeaux and at the end I mellow it down with a glass of cognac. I canít remember when I had such a nice Ramon Allones in my hands. For sure I will try to get few more boxes because I donít know if there are any plans to include it to regular production.
(Thanks to Diademo)

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Review #9: Good cigar spicy smoke with a pleasant smell a delight for the eyes and the nose. I like mine with a full body Merlot which brings out more flavor on the stick. A fine cuban cigar with an even burn, spiciness, good volume of smoke, no harshness or bite. - Submitted by tharmon9 on December 13, 2011


Review #8: ---   This stick was one of two cigars I got out of box 453/2000 from the German limited edition (exclusivo alemania). They look absolutely beautiful with a medium dark wrapper and an exquisite cap. Cutting the cigar revealed very tightly rolled tabaco. Lighting up the cigar was a little difficult as it burned unevenly and the first few draws were very hard. Once lit up properly the cigar produced a decent amount of smoke. The first third of the stick was smooth with woody undertones but it lacked the full flavor and complexity I was expecting from it. It was a little bland. The second third came in strong with a very pronounced coffee flavor delivering the same kick that a double espresso first thing in the morning will give you. The last part was rich and peppery creating a tingly sensation on the lips. To me these sticks need to age a whole lot more to develop their full potential. I will bury the second stick deep into my humidor to try it again in a few years. It was not a bad smoke but for me it needs to ripen out more to be enjoyed fully. That said I will get a box to let them age properly because I think these cigars have a lot of potential. For me they are just not completely there yet. - Submitted by 3kus on August 7, 2010


Review #7: ---   Never overly impressed with the UK release, but the new (2010) German release is a completely different blend. Medium to full strength & body, filled with earth, pepper & spice. Delicious fresh & lot's of aging potential. - Submitted by Bassman on July 5, 2010


Review #6: i bought some of these as an investment so i am waiting to see how much i get for them but i decided when i bought them i decided if i dont get my desired price i will smoke them all. - Submitted by stogie fresh invester on March 5, 2009


Review #5: JUL 05 The Ramon Allones Belicoso embodies all the distinct and flavorful qualities of its stablemate, the RASS, but in a more subtle and sophisticated way. The SVF 05's are smoking very well now, quite smooth and medium bodied, showing complex woody, fruity and spicy notes. A very savory and satisfying cigar. One of my current favorites. - Submitted by shrink on August 31, 2008


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