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Ramon Allones Gigantes

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #18: After aging one of these cigars in my humidor for several months, I fired one up. Well, this cigar is the "lean cuisine" amongst traditional Cuban cigars. "Lean cuisine" in that unlike other DC Cubans, it is not a hearty, robust Cuban. It has less complexity, strength, and flavor. Its in a class by itself because in comparison to other robust Cuban cigars its a very light bodied smoke. If I didn't know what to expect, I would think that I was smoking a very FLAT Cuban cigar despite taking great care of it in my humidor. Its great for a novice or for someone who prefers a one dimensional cigar that is very light on the palate. It is definitly a Cuban in regards to the quality of tobacco and construction. It has a great draw and even burn but it will have you longing for MORE if you prefer your Cubans to have a bit more spice, strength and flavor. Try it if you're looking for something "leaner" than the traditional robust, hearty Cuban. - Submitted by Kathleen on March 27, 2006

Review #17: New box of OSU JUN02. Smoked my first yesterday after giving them a couple weeks of "rest." Very thick wrapper that needed some "touch-up" during the burn. Great RA tastes however and MUCH stronger than my diminishing box of '04's! I'll try another in a few weeks but I'm thinking these still need "time" to be their best. Definitely not a "morning cigar!!" - Submitted by Shooter on January 19, 2006

Review #16: Had one from a Sep 2001 box last night. It was probably the best cigar I've had in years. Wanted to get a Partagas Lusitania (had 2 previously and loved them) and was recommended to try the RAG instead. I'm very glad I did. Burn was extremely even, ash was smooth without flaking and nice mid-grey; and after dropping off, the tip was perfectly flat! Started very mild for the first 4 or 5 puffs. It then suddenly opened up and the smoke was beautifully opulent and white, the floral top notes were wonderfully perfumey and bright. I was totally surprised by this powerful floral note. No harshness at all and no hint of bitterness or herbaceous undertones. Just creamy smoothness with sweet spice, and a nice woody bass note. Some nutty notes present too. Body progressed from light to medium till the end. Got a little bitter at the end but this was after re-lighting twice about 2 inches from the end. The draw was perfect all through. This cigar did not seem like a complex cigar which made it so enjoyable. Lasted 2 hours. It had a very pleasing mood elevating effect, and there was no foul breath after that. I'm getting a box of these! - Submitted by mel on January 4, 2006

Review #15: I am a great fan of the Gigantes. I smoked one recently from a box that was ten years old and it was simply superb but I cannot say the same for a box that was purchased in 2001. Very bad box indeed! Terrible draw-very upsetting, the strength in taste was nowhere near the known Gigantes. I had three cigars from the 2001 vintage to prove the box wrong but it was awful. A sad experience. - Submitted by kcgreg on October 24, 2005

Review #14: The best double corona i had. smoked 10 and only one was plugged. bought a box(2002) and will run out of them pretty soon. stronger than the Hoyo DC and not as strong as lusathanias..strong earthy flavour,a little spicy but not acidic and does not burn the tongue or the palate. almost as good as Topuada's customs.. - Submitted by Almajed on October 15, 2005

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