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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 #58: Since the smoking ban came in to effect in the UK I don't find too many occasions to smoke too many double coronas, but If I had the choice I would choose the Ramon Allones. Every time I smoke one I'm reminded just how good they are. Lovely, fragrant nutty cigars perfect for a summer afternoon. Sure, if I was up for a big after dinner smoke I'd probably go for a Lusitania, but these beauties are hard to beat. - Submitted by Kieron McCann on June 11, 2009

Review #57: MAY 06 Maybe the most complex and balanced cigar of this size I have ever smoked. I love the Specially Selected too, but this is maybe my fav Cuban at the moment. The draw was excellent and the burn perfect. Due to the fact that the last I smoked was quite young,from 06, there are no sign of tanic flacours. Min Ron Nee tells in his book that this is in his opinion the best Cuban DC. I have to agree with him. - Submitted by cigarman74 on June 8, 2009

Review #56: too tight, but i could sense the taste what it was like. i find these almost like a Lusitania. excellent if you like the flavour profile - Submitted by Yilmaz on May 14, 2009

Review #55: --- 06 Bought 5 last week, smoked 3 already. Great chocolate-flavored stogie. Nice burn, nice draw, impeccable construction. Low-to-medium strength. Interesting complexity, but could improve, I think. Not as good as the Vegas Robaina DC for a "dessert" cigar, but very close. This 06 batch is not a classic, but absolutely high end. In short: QUALITY. Will buy more and forget 'em in the humi for a couple of year, cuz they are worth the wait. 9.2/10. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on April 24, 2009

Review #54: This cigar id probably one of the certainly best double coronas ever, nutty,earthy and leathery which comes forwards at the second half. This cigar turn into a great and memorable one in short time ageing. A must !!! - Submitted by DG on February 8, 2009

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