Ramon Allones Cuban Cigars History
Ranking amongst the oldest brands still in production, Ramon Allones was created in Cuba by Spanish immigrant brothers Ramon and Antonio Allones in 1837, and then officially established in 1845.
Brothers Ramon and Antonio were exceptional marketers, and their ideas still influence cigar packaging to this day. Ramon Allones is credited, with some lasting dispute, as the first line of cigars to use colourful lithographs for box art.
They are also recognised for being the first to label each cigar individually with a band, and to package the cigars in the 8-9-8 size and style. These two moves made them marketing pioneers in the field.
Like many of the other older Cuban cigar companies, the brand changed ownership many times over the next century. The company was eventually purchased by the Cifuentes family, and then Ramon Allones production was later moved to another facility.
It should also be mentioned that the entire line of these robust cigars are entirely hand rolled. The blend created by its founders also remains unchanged due to its worldwide appreciation.
Ramon Allones Cuban Cigars Selection
If you would like to know all the cigars under the Ramon Allones umbrella, you can find them below:
– Ramon Allones Gigantes
– Ramon Allones Small Club
– Ramon Allones Coronas
– Ramon Allones Specially Selected
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