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Ramon Allones Small Club Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #20: I had unfortunately compared this cigar too much to the Partagas Short instead of enjoying its differences. I hadn't enjoyed the start of the RASCC, but this cigar does need to age more and I could detect ammonia still. Significant notes of herbs, fruit, and nuts. They work well together. The cigar smokes very smoothly. Indeed, it has great balance. The smoke is incredible aromatic. I'm looking forward to smoking this with more age. Perhaps they'll settle down more. A mild cigar that could easily be a classic minuto. Very different from the Partagas Short, however. I was licking my lips for hours later. - Submitted by cookj1 on July 13, 2007

Review #19: whow! a great smoke. nice draw that easily fills your mouth with wonderful sweet flavors. burns fairly well as long as you dont hot box it. i really didnt want to put this down. smoked it all the way to the bitter end! - Submitted by Ajen on May 27, 2007

Review #18: A very good cigar for every time. - Submitted by papagiannoudis ioannis on April 25, 2007

Review #17: Great little RA, very well contructed. Oddly enough, it starts with a sort of coconut flavour, never met before in cuban cigars (by me, at least). Thankfully (I don't like coconut as a fruit, let alone in a cigar...) it lasts just a few puffs making soon space to the traditional RA woody and earthy flavours. The strenght stays at a medium level, making it an ideal morning smoke. Combustion is seldom a good point in this small formats and this is no exeption, while the ash is the least compact I've ever found, almost like a cigarette one. No draw problems. - Submitted by sasha on April 20, 2007

Review #16: Almost a year on, and there are still a few left in my humidor. I have never had a bad one. For me the best part is lighting them as you get a huge wash of coconut across the palate. Then again, the rest is great down to the final half inch too. Just excellent - I want more! Along with the R&J Short Churchill, the MC # 5 and HdM Petit Robusto, a cigar I will never run out of. - Submitted by XBO on April 14, 2007

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