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Ramon Allones Small Club Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #7: Hmmm, I really enjoyed the first one I had, but after trying a few more, though all had the same lovely full flavours, I realised how random the construction was. Generally with a very hard, tight roll. They burn very hot also which spoils them for me. They are a very nice smoke when you get a goodun, but it's few and far between, so 6/10 i'm afraid. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 18, 2004

Review #6: A great little cigar! Mine was from the Partagas factory, November 2002, and very complex and packed with flavor. The first half was a balance of herbs, wood, leather, earthiness, and subtle hints of coffee and cocoa. The second half saw the herbal and woody qualities dominate and become deeper. Great construction to boot. I highly recommend these! - Submitted by Black Plague on November 11, 2004

Review #5: I somewhat regretfully just picked up a box of these in the absence of being able to pick up a box of monte #5's for an after lunch smoke at work. They are well constructed, decent draw- but, flat and didn't start to go anywhere until right before it got to hot to be inviting, and even then it didn't seem to be going anywhere to great. Going to trade these and wait out another box of monte 5's. - Submitted by Chris O on July 19, 2004

Review #4: Truth to tell I found these Ramon Allones strong, full bodied and a bit flat. They improved at half-way but also got hotter. Near the nub all 3 became very tarry and too hot to enjoy. As I've said before small Cuban's show a diminishing return on your investment so they need to be sure you enjoy them before you buy a box. I'll sample again sometime, not any time soon though. - Submitted by willisoften on April 15, 2004

Review #3: SUPERBE smoke, this cigar is amazing. Starts kind of tasteless, but quickly rights itself with a smooth mild taste. Midway through, it gets really meaty, with hints of wood and leather. The last 3rd to the nub is the best part, filled with nuttiness and volume. I't sno wonder these little buggers are so popular. - Submitted by Matt Risi on April 1, 2004

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