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Ramon Allones Specially Selected

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
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 #213: ---   This Ramon Allones, it is for real 'Specially Selected'. I just can say that this cigar is on of the finest cigars ever made ' - Submitted by Khaleddoo on December 28, 2010

Review #212: ---   What a great Robusto to say the very least. Definately rich in flavour and full bodied. Warning for the expereinced smoker, or you will come out a very afraid little man. This Robusto is delicate in flavours, yet is so powerful in packing such a powerful punch in such a little package. - Submitted by muzza on December 1, 2010

Review #211: ---   A fine robusto with touches of honey. Sweet, sugary, and light. Fills out with flavours of dark malted, becomes heavier as the cigar burns. Smokes great towards the end without a souring and tartness of burning tobacco. - Submitted by Marcel Z on October 28, 2010

Review #210: ---   Beautiful construction, wonderful flavor. Full bodied, became complex half way through. Nice 1 1/2 inch ash. Starts off with a grassy vanilla wood, then goes to Cuban espresso with honey in the last half. I am bringing 3 boxes home with me, so I can attempt to save some for 3-4 years down the road. Not the same as a PSD4, but just as good. Top 3 Robusto in my opinion. Excellant value. - Submitted by rasta on October 3, 2010

Review #209: ---   this is one of my favorite robustos when you light it you can really taste honey nuts and roasted coffe notes if you look at the ash is just like a perfect xray image really deserves a try for every advanced rookie - Submitted by diegoA on September 12, 2010

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