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Ramon Allones Gigantes

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

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Review #73: Smoked one after 4 years in the humidor.I do not know the box date because i received 4 sticks as a gift.The experience was impressive.Perfect draw and burn.Pleasant taste, easy to smoke. - Submitted by kamaz on March 19, 2013

Review #72: SEP 10 Very good tobacco, balanced with natural earthy notes of nuts, dry fruit and leather …notable construction and draw…good choice if you also enjoy other prominente like Hoyo DC, Punch DC, Saint Luis Rey DC and Luisitanias...with a bit more noticeable complexity then the above - Submitted by dimi681 on February 8, 2013

Review #71: Mild cigar,nutty, floral and meaty. Burn and draw perfect. Doesn´t change so much. Last third is medium to full with spices, best part of cigar. I love this smell, perfect for this Indian summer. - Submitted by kml on September 26, 2011

Review #70: SEP 08 This is still a young cigar , but I decided to give it a go. Bought the box of 25 at habanos in Cuba and am reviewing the 1st of 25. The construction of this cigar is first rate, as other reviewers have mentioned. The Wrapper is smooth , light brown with no veins, seams are only visable on close inspection. Roll is top notch,somewhat soft for a cuban , but this cigar stays lit and requires little attention by the smoker.There are differing reviews on the strength and duration of this cigar. I attribute this to the construction . I took small frequent puffs and found it medium in strength for a 2 1/2 hr smoke . I have a naturally light draw . Someone with a harder draw will probably finish sooner and have a more powerfull cigar. This cigar makes few demand on the smoker. The Cigar started smooth and somewhat creamy with a toasted tobacco flavor, with notes of wood .The cream turned into roasted flavors with more pepper flavor . I did not get the bouquet of flavors and complexity that I look for in a prominente, but cannot fault the cigar for this since it is still young and needs a few more years in the toolbox. Therefore it would be unfair to rate this cigar at this time. - Submitted by dude1 on July 2, 2011

Review #69: Now this is an excellent Double Corona. One you can enjoy on a summer afternoon while doing nothing at all. Medium strength, sweet cocoa and honey, alongside with some roasted coffee smells and a hint of green tea. In addition to all the flavors, this cigar ages gloriously. The best Ramon Allones has to offer, this prominente made me look forward for the 2011 Limited Edition RA! - Submitted by RomanAbbey on June 23, 2011

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