The Ramón Allones Silver Jubilee Cigar was released in celebration of the Pacific Cigar Co.’s 25th anniversary.
The regional edition cigar comes filled with nothing but the finest tobacco leaves from Vuelta Abajo – Cuba. All hand-rolled to form a Montesco vitola – measuring at 130mm by a 55 ring gauge.
The Ramón Allones Silver Jubilee is a medium to full-bodied Cuban cigar – delivering a delicious blend of cedar and pepper then developing cocoa and coffee notes. It’s 1 hour and 40 minutes of pure smoking pleasure.
|Medium to Full
|Vitola de galera:
|2 layers in a box of 25pcs
A quick glance at one of the latest Edición Regionals for the Asia Pacific might lead a person to jump to some obvious conclusions: with the name Silver Jubile, this beefy Ramon Allones would seem to signify the 25th anniversary of something. In this case, it’s that of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Pacific Cigar Co. Ltd., the exclusive distributor of Habanos S.A. products in many parts of Asia. It’s also well-known for being the company founded by Sir David Tang, who passed away just last year.
Both cigars had 2,500 boxes were made, each individually numbered and containing 25 cigars, for a total run of 62,500 cigars in each release. While they were part of the 2017 release class, they didn’t appear in the market until the middle of 2018, something that is a fairly common occurrence in the world of Edición Regional releases.