Founded in 1837, Ramón Allones is one of the oldest Cuban brands still in production. The brand was created in Cuba by brothers Ramón and Antonio Allones and are truly a pioneer in the cigar industry. They were the first cigar manufacturer to pack Habanos in boxes decorated with labels and stamped with the brand’s emblem.
Throughout its history, the brand has been through numerous ownership changes. The brand was finally bought by the Cifuentes family, where production was moved to the famous Partagas factory. Here, Ramon Allones cigars are still made to this day.
The Ramón Allones Terra Magica Cigar is a special edition cigar that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the distributor Camelot. Production is limited to 6,000 boxes and exclusively released to countries in the Adriatico region, so get your hands on it while you can.
Cuban made Ramon Allones cigars are medium to full strength in body, the blend sharing some of the characteristics o the Partagas. All the sizes are filled with a blend of filler and binder tobaccos from the Vuelta Abajo region, characterised by their intense and complex taste. They are typically enjoyed by more experienced cigar smokers due to their strength and the history behind them. Although it is one of the smaller cigar brands, being the oldest still in production makes it popular among fans of Cuban cigars.