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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 #103: The first thing that attracted me to this cigar was its wrapper, it was quite unlike any one I have ever seen. The texture of the wrapper was incredibly smooth almost like a connecticut shade wrapper yet the color was very distinct, I don't know if it is just my box that was like this or the allones specialy selected in general but the shade of brown present in its color was unlike anything I have ever seen. This particular one was from a box dated nov 05. My main tasting notes for this one would be distinctive nut flavours with hints of nutmeg throughout, the strength was pretty mild. Overall the taste was a bit one sided as suggested by previous reviews. My only complaint was the uneven burn that came and went at times, other than that however, this cigr is worth giving a try. - Submitted by Gillette on June 15, 2007

Review #102: Smoked one from a box Mar '07. So young and yet very smooth, lots of power, spice and depth. Amazing for such a young cigar. I think that as it ages it will get lots more complex flavors to add to the woodsy aspect. Hope so. PS, Got this from puroexpress, very good price. When the dollar is strong against the euro their prices are the best. Unopened box, completely genuine. - Submitted by Arnie on May 24, 2007

Review #101: Very good smoke. I agree with some of the other reviewers that it is a little bit linear. BUT, I have never had one with more than 2 years on it. And I have noticed that over the 2 year's time I had my box, its natural complexity became more defined with flavors becoming more easily identified. And it has got lots of power and a smooth texture to its smoke which also feels to have good depth to it. And for the price, well that's the kicker for me. What a value! I wish we all could hold on to these to test its aging potential and what it can transform into. And by the way, these things are really hard to find with age on them, so who knows how good they can get. With 4 or 5 years, I would be very interested to see what this smoke turns into. Maybe a swan?? I mean its halfway there already. - Submitted by Jimbo on May 18, 2007

Review #100: this smoke is way underrated in my opinion.they smoke great right out of the box,and will only get better,what a bargain. - Submitted by smores on April 28, 2007

Review #99: A very nice burning, clean and grassy smoke..lightly aromatic...Agree with Phil that this stick pretty much taste the same through out....not bad at all though... - Submitted by expresso on April 14, 2007

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