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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 #18: nutty and flavorful with a dark coffee bean undertone, this cigar is wonderful but will be really great after a year or two of aging. the juan lopez #2 has a more pronounced oaky and forest profile. the RASS delivers with hard cedary and flowery undertones but is a little too powerful when young. I like it and want to love it. Add a star in a year - Submitted by planetbetter on June 27, 2004

Review #17: This was the *wedding* cigar to me! My son and his nice girlfriend married last weekend! IŽll ask willisoften tell you, what I really smoked! Unforgetable experience at all. If you need some kick to your life, take this one and just enjoy! - Submitted by rookie on June 13, 2004

Review #16: The "RASS" is a staple that to me, really sums up what a Cuban cigar should be. Exotic and intense flavors and a wonderful aroma. To experience the "twang" of a Habano, look no further than Ramon Allone's Specially Selected. - Submitted by unknown on May 22, 2004

Review #15: I recently purchased a box dated Feb 04. This smoke will definately rest for a while. I have had 2 year old RASS that are good, but the "new" ones are fairly bland. - Submitted by Jmurman on May 1, 2004

Review #14: This cigar is not for the newbie. Its rich and intense. Spice, nuts, touch of cream, they don't get much beter. Won't develop like the PSD4, just builds in intensity. The richness carries the day though and makes it one of my favorites. This is a cigar to build to, not to start out with. But once you get a taste for them there is no going back! - Submitted by Montyman on April 27, 2004

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