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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 #203: MAR 08 omg this is really great cigar!!! - Submitted by Colle on March 19, 2010

Review #202: --- 04 Unfortunately I must side with the naysayers here about this cigar. Based on a friend's recommendation, I bought a box of these in Spain, and was disappointed to find they were heavily box pressed, never a good sign. The roll was inconsistent, the wrapper uninspiring, the burn OK and the flavours bland. Avoid unless you are sure of the contents - there seems to be too much variation in these reviews - Submitted by winterbee on March 12, 2010

Review #201: ---   In total agreement with reviews #196 and #198. The tobacco is first rate, no question...but the construction? Simply horrible. I received 5 as part of an assortment of Havana Robustos and was very very disappointed. This is one of the more unfortunate situations occuring with "flagship" Havana's in general since 2007. Not sure what is happening. - Submitted by snapsix on March 5, 2010

Review #200: ---   Heard about these and their stellar reputation but never tried until now. I was intrigued at the dark reddish brown hue of an exquisite wrapper leaf. This was a wonderful cigar from start to finish, perfectly constructed. Verging on full body but not as heavy as a typical Bolivar, and certainly not as spicy. Beautiful complex flavour (details of which i can't recall) in a very smooth smoke. Similar profile, in some ways, to a good PSD#4 - both married well with smooth peaty single malt. But a nice distinctive blend which sets Ramon Allones apart. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on March 3, 2010

Review #199: ---   Another GREAT cigar. Full in taste, medium in strenght. Flavor is complex with some spice at the beggining and more and more intense taste of cherries and other sweet dry fruits. Burn was fine with lots of smoke. - Submitted by Ignifaxius on February 11, 2010

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