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Ramon Allones Small Club Coronas

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

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Review #10: Now this is one GREAT little Habanos! I have several boxes of these minutos in my humidor at all times because they are that amazingly good. The latest box code is GKI DIC03 and they are sweet and rich and taste much like a small RA Gigantes. I cannot believe that some earlier reviewers gave the RASCC such low marks. - Submitted by Monkeyboy on May 11, 2005

Review #9: These are certainly not short Monte #4s! Far deeper and more well-balanced, sharing these characteristics with the RA Cab Coronas. Starts creamy and toffee-sweet, progressing to a darker cocoa-type richness. Final third presents earth and a pleasant bittersweet finish. Excellent even when extremely young. - Submitted by The Privateer on May 6, 2005

Review #8: Very creamy, toffee or caramel flavors erupt into a complex taste that IMHO cannot be beat by any other minuto! Smooth taste, never harsh but always exceptionally good, even young they seem to hold their own! - Submitted by rookie139 on February 13, 2005

Review #7: Hmmm, I really enjoyed the first one I had, but after trying a few more, though all had the same lovely full flavours, I realised how random the construction was. Generally with a very hard, tight roll. They burn very hot also which spoils them for me. They are a very nice smoke when you get a goodun, but it's few and far between, so 6/10 i'm afraid. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 18, 2004

Review #6: A great little cigar! Mine was from the Partagas factory, November 2002, and very complex and packed with flavor. The first half was a balance of herbs, wood, leather, earthiness, and subtle hints of coffee and cocoa. The second half saw the herbal and woody qualities dominate and become deeper. Great construction to boot. I highly recommend these! - Submitted by Black Plague on November 11, 2004

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