Ashton Estate Sun Grown 20 Year Salute Cigar Review This 6.75×49 stick features a dark brown firm, dry slightly toothy wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, large double cap and mild peppery wood aroma. First light reveals
Ashton Estate Sun Grown 20 Year Salute Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, September 8, 2013
Cigar Obsession Community Review Contest 1 – THE VOTEby Bryan Glynn, October 1, 2012
CONGRATULATIONS TO DALE ALLESHOUSE! The Prize The prize for this round is a box of Personalized Romeo and Julieta Reserva Real provided by Cigar Country! Cigar Country, the leading premium cigar retailer in the Caribbean, just launched, their official website www.cigarcountry.com. Offering a new online cigar customization tool where any … Continue reading →
Ashton ESG 22 Year Salute Cigar Review This 6×52 torpedo features a premium blend of tobacco and is a limited release. This has been aging in my humidor for 3 years since I bought it and features a dark milk chocolate wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, even … Continue reading →
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Introducing the new Smoke Inn & Cigar Obsession Premium Sampler! This very special cream-of-the-crop sampler was custom selected by me, to bring to you my top 10 favorite cigars from Smoke Inn! Inside you will find 10 instant hits, all with rich smooth bold flavors, perfect construction and mouth watering … Continue reading →
Ashton Aged Maduro #60 Cigar Review This 7.5×52 maduro stick offers a almost black firm wrapper with slight tooth, minimal veins, tight seams, a dense pack and an oily, peppery aroma. First light reveals
Ashton Cabinet Selection Pyramid Cigar Review Sorry, I goofed on the pics from this one and formatted the wrong card 🙁 This 6×52 belicoso shaped stick offers a silky soft light tan wrapper with minimal veins, a slight spongy feel and light barnyard aroma. First light gives
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Ashton VSG Eclipse Tubos Cigar Review This 6×52 dark chocolate stick comes wrapped in a cedar sleeve, inside a black aluminum tube for easy transport and storage. Offering a robust, slightly veiny irregular roll it presents slight tooth, a firm pack and beautiful chocolate tobacco aroma. Starting on the mild-medium … Continue reading →
Ashton ESG 23 Year Salute Cigar Review This 6.25×52 stick offers a dark milk chocolate wrapper with a slight tooth, tight seams and firm pack with just a bit of give. A triple cap and minimal veins combine with a slightly irregular lumpy appearance showing it as a hand made … Continue reading →
Ashton Cigars just sent me this awesome care package consisting of three Ashton ESG 23 Year Salute cigars and three Ashton VSG Eclispse Tubos, plus a great Ashton t-shirt! Thank you so much guys, I can’t wait to review these!
San Cristobal Monumento Cigar Review This 7.25 x 49 stick offers a oily dark chocolate wrapper with slight tooth and fairly firm construction. The aroma has a slight sweet cocoa note along with a rich tobacco. This was a monster of a smoke pushing the 2 hour mark and building … Continue reading →
La Aroma De Cuba New Blend Monarch Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a very smooth satin medium chocolate wrapper with a nice aroma of dusty cocoa. Draw started out very firm but gradually went down to a very nice amount of resistance as the stick burned. Total burn time … Continue reading →
EDIT – WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED OK, this will be the third try at a simple photo contest – but no voting this time! Entry is simple – leave a comment on this post with a link to a picture of YOU blowing a smoke ring. Yup, I’m making you … Continue reading →
Ashton Aged Maduro #40 Cigar Review This 6×60 stick offered a very dark, firm satin wrapper with a lot of texture like shrink wrap. Medium bodied overall, flavors were typical of a maduro stick at most points with the addition of being extra smooth and light. Creamy sweet leather came … Continue reading →
San Cristobal Lancero Cigar Review This 7.5×38 stick offered an excellent burn and great draw, slightly on the firm side with just the right amount of resistance all the way down. Flavors were rich, intense and bold – yet utterly smooth and never more than medium bodied. Several flavor transitions … Continue reading →
Mild-medium bodied, with a light creamy textured smoke. Very loose draw, excellent burn. Overall flavors are nutty and woody with a touch of leather at points and a small pepper kick at the end of the short finish.
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