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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 #63: NOV 06 They not ready yet. Beautiful looking sticks.Very different profile comparing to Specially Selected.Last one i had was a disaster.It started nice with even burn and floral notes , than it went to hell.Had to relight about 20 times ,it kept going off.Taste became basically non-existent , cardboard like quality.The first two that i had were burning well ,same floral 1/3 and cardboard 2 and 3/3.Maybe this batch is just bad. - Submitted by marius on November 28, 2009

Review #62: OCT 07 A lovely summer's evening in the garden of England and what better way to make use of it than with several pints of Spitfire and a very large cigar. This was a first for me; I have a few Hoyo and Partagas DC's but I have never felt that I had the time to try one and must admit to a slight feeling of trepidation due to the fact that the last big RA I tried rather scrambled my synapses. This RA is really a thing of beauty - a lovely smooth wrapper and not too oily, not too dry with a very appealing coffee colour. It lit well and burnt evenly throughout and I was impressed by the lack of harshness that I often find in the early stages of most Havanas. I managed to get a good volume of smoke, as you would expect and although the cigar was fairly consistent and uncomplicated throughout this was no bad thing because it was consistently good! I was expecting it to be stronger than it was but found that it was perfectly acceptable, having just about enough zing to keep me interested. I think that it provided support for the case that an important factor in one's experience of a cigar is whether or not you are comfortable in the environment you are in. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting outside and spending two hours in good company with good beer and a delicious Cuban cigar. The non-smokers in the pub came out to tell me that they could smell it inside too but that they thought it was lovely! - Submitted by moidoid on October 7, 2009

Review #61: ---   Quite a cigar to remember starts slowly with hints of earth,herbal aromas and develops into a medium bodied smoke with an earthy core one of the best double coronas out there. One of my favourites - Submitted by DG on September 29, 2009

Review #60: Without a doubt one of the best Double Coronas out there...this cigar gives a perfect harmony of Earth and rich Cedar flavors - Submitted by sause2112 on July 17, 2009

Review #59: Mild would be a perfect way to describe this cigar. It was herbal in it's approach but never really became a complex smoke like the Specially Selected. Very nice tobacco and another one to chalk up for recommending to the new smokers. - Submitted by jazzbass on July 13, 2009

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