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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 #63: My wife made a mistake and ordered these for me as a present instead of my beloved Gigantes. I was crestfallen. A robusto? I never smoke a robusto. I decided to smile though and tell her it did'nt matter,I was sure these too would be good (although I really had my doubts). WELL......shame on me. These little guys are GREAT! So great in fact I ordered another box only two days after getting the first.They're like half a Gigante. Well made, excellent draw and great complex flavor. I believe Ramon Allones are THE best made Cubans on the market. Hats off to RA! - Submitted by jlcccm on June 21, 2006

Review #62: Midway through a box of EAM MAR 05 and loving every minute! the RASS is King of the Robusto - Submitted by wheelinco on April 27, 2006

Review #61: Yes, Yes, Yes!!! I picked this one as my relief cigar... very recognisable taste, and opens up from the moment you fire it up... Why? Discovered some tobacco beetles in a box I got from an estancio in Spain (somewhere near Malaga, someone brought them for me), however, too late, three cedros de luxe N2's already turned into ceDUST de luxe N2's, and after inspection I noticed an infected san luis rey regios and an ERDM choix... So there was only one option to save my 300 varied havanas... Zip-locked bags, 1 day fridge (from cool to cooler to colest), 2 days freezer, 1 day fridge (from colest to less cooler), acclimatise in a colder room and then out of the ziplock's and into my at that time perfectly cleaned 60% humidified humidor... Operation 'kill beetle' was succesfull, no difference in taste whatsoever, just pure fullfilment, now humi already up to 70%, no splitted wrappers! They are all smiling at me, happy for being rescued :-). Maybe some of you are helped with this story... just check for small black pieces of dust comming out of your havanas when you tap them, no dust, no problems (yet :-). Dusty ones are out of taste and thus very very bland. Greetz - Submitted by Yapi on April 16, 2006

Review #60: to reviewer # 52, the don carlos is a good strong smoke , but it lacks balance and complexity. and lets not forget that the don retails for over 200 dollars , without tax n shipping. while the rass can be bought for 168 dollars , no tax n free shipping. and you get a complex n well balanced cuban , teeming with flavor. why anyone would pay a premium price , or substantialy more for a noncuban is ridiculous, please dont take offense at this .but as the price of non cuban premium cigars keeps spiraling upward , more people are going to catch on to the fact that u can smoke habanas cheaper than non cubans . and you simply cant compare the two. for the cubans are in a class all by their selves , ABOVE N BEYOND ALL NON CUBANS!! - Submitted by tony t. on April 7, 2006

Review #59: Certainly one of the best robustos, and great value for money. It has a rich chocolatey and leathery flavour with a light perpperiness and is very complex. Medium to full flavour and body. The more recent production ('04/'05) have been very consistent and tasty, but they age very well. A note to reviewer 58, the colour of the ash generally depends on the age of a good cigar. A young cigar will be full of oils and develop a darker ash, as they mature they ash will generally become whiter and fall more easily. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 31, 2006

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