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Ashton Aged Maduro #60 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 6, 2010
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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 a loose draw, a good amount of light and airy smoke giving a mild-medium body of sweet, cedary earthy flavors with a relatively short finish. The first third burns perfectly, keeping much of the same experience, getting smoother and more blended together, dropping the sweetness a bit. 1 hour in just passed the 1/2 way point the flavors pickup with a slight sweet nuttiness. Ending at 1:45 the last third proved to be as consistent as the rest, simply getting too warm for my taste to continue past the last inch.

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