Size: 47 x 7 (Churchill)
Binder and Filler: Cuban
Behind The Stick:
First and foremost – I have to give a big thank you out to Cigarsthomas – not only is he an alright COD player, he’s a great guy and a perfect BOTL. I had made mention to him that I had only tried one type of Cuban cigar, and he did more than help me correct the errors of my ways! Again, thank you so much for this!
Here comes to us another great creation from the island just south of Miami, Florida. This one, the Ramon Allones was actually created in 1845 and has been toted as being the first of many different aspects of the cigar world that we take for granted today. Rumors support that they were the first to use colorful lithographs for box art, the first to use bands on their cigars and the first to package their cigars in the “8-9-8″ style although there any many arguments to these statements.