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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 #43: This was an ok cigar for me - not fantastic, but not at all bad either. A little loosely rolled, I was quite surprised at how subtle this cigar was, as I'd expected it to be a real powerhouse. That being said, there was ample complexity with an earthy core and a wide variety of spicy flavors throughout. - Submitted by Goldenberg on April 26, 2008

Review #42: Inicio cremoso con notas herbāceas y a cuero. Posteriormente se aņaden recuerdos a cafč, miel y cacao. 2 horas de rico sabor pero pelėn monotono, sin evolucion y con pocos matices. Fortaleza media. Combustion regular. - Submitted by rafa on February 17, 2008

Review #41: I was smoking cigars from this box rather long time, just few per year, because I found them a bit too mild for my palette. I was anticipating that aging will help these Giants but it seems that is not. This one was the last one from my 2002 box (La Habana factory) and she was looking really nice. Cold draw revealed well aged tobacco with grass and wood undertones. First half was rather one dimensional, without any additional flavors. Only in the last third I was able to detect some nutty flavors but beside a lot of smoke this cigar couldn’t convince me. Probably this was my last box of RAG for some time. - Submitted by Diademo on December 26, 2007

Review #40: As a regular only cuban cigars smoker; It is one of my favorites. I love this cigar. I have recently purchased another box of them. It is perfect. Excellent construction, perfect structure. I would highly recommend it to those who would like to enjoy a strong full bodied cigar. - Submitted by Alan133 on December 13, 2007

Review #39: This is probably the most disappointing of the Prominente format. Don't get me wrong. This is a good cigar. But it doesn't compare with some of the greatness of the others in this category. The burn was uneven. The draw was satisfactory. ...not excellent by any means. Very woody. I expected more from a label that makes the RASS. I have a box of these and will look forward to seeing how they develop with more age. - Submitted by cookj1 on December 10, 2007

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