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Ramon Allones Mille Fleurs

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:6.2
Presentation: Box of 25

Ramon Allones Mille Fleurs Review:

Its a good smoke for inbetween specially when they were a bit aged. Mine were from 2001 and always worth the money. For a cigar that size I would rate it 6 points tastewise and 8 if you include the price.
(Thanks to bolibeli)

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Review #7: NOV 02 This cigar was discontinued in 2005,but its very pleasant and aromatic machine made cigar. Medium toasted tobacco, floral, exotic nuts and herbs. Enjoyed very much. EAR-11/02 - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on March 8, 2013


Review #6: --- 01 last night...allones mille fleurs...looked like it was rolled by an 8 year old...viens that could have been given their own rg that didnt burn well at all....didnt burn straight but at a 45 degree angle for the entire smoke...then i got to wondering what the factory was rolling when they swept the floor for the mm clippings. one of the tastiest cigars i have smoked this year...although a bit unbalanced with strength overpowering flavour especially in the second half...flavours in abundance .also i think i will mention...oily enough to stain the bands where a vien went under it. perhaps the best 40$cuc i have ever spent for a box of cigars. firm evidence that mm cigars can also change with 10 or 14 years of aging. derrek - Submitted by dvickery on June 25, 2012


Review #5: --- 01 last night...allones mille fleurs...looked like it was rolled by an 8 year old...viens that could have been given their own rg that didnt burn well at all....didnt burn straight but at a 45 degree angle for the entire smoke...then i got to wondering what the factory was rolling when they swept the floor for the mm clippings. one of the tastiest cigars i have smoked this year...although a bit unbalanced with strength overpowering flavour especially in the second half...flavours in abundance .also i think i will mention...oily enough to stain the bands where a vien went under it. perhaps the best 40$cuc i have ever spent for a box of cigars. firm evidence that mm cigars can also change with 10 or 14 years of aging. derrek - Submitted by dvickery on June 25, 2012


Review #4: --- 02 Bought in Treviso (Italy). Unuseful smoke. Fast burning, no good taste. If you are seeking for a cheap cigar, Mille Fleurs can be a good - maybe not the best - choice, if you're looking for something more, try something else. Anyway, this cigar is out of market since 2005. - Submitted by mattiabasso on September 1, 2008


Review #3: I bought a box 25 pcs of these cigars by accident. From the first smoke I realized that was not what I expected to be. The burning was very strange, the flovour earty-leathery with some wood. It's a waste of money for a cigar but a good choice for the price you get it. I gave it also to some friends and I'm excpecting their feedback. Needless to say that I smoked 2-3 pcs and that's it. Never again - Submitted by mariosgeorgiou on April 1, 2008


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