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Ashton Estate Sun Grown 20 Year Salute Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 8, 2013

[nggallery id=837] 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

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Ashton ESG 22 Year Salute Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 1, 2012

[nggallery id=515]   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 … Continue reading

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Ashton Aged Maduro #60 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 6, 2010

[nggallery id=240] 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

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Ashton Cabinet Selection Pyramid Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 23, 2010

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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Cigar Art – Ashton Label

by Bryan Glynn, March 15, 2010

Cigar Art – Ashton Label

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Ashton VSG Eclipse Tubos Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, March 1, 2010

[nggallery id=171] 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 … Continue reading

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Ashton ESG 23 Year Salute Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, February 24, 2010

[nggallery id=168] 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 … Continue reading

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San Cristobal Monumento Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, January 1, 2010

[nggallery id=144] 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 … Continue reading

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La Aroma De Cuba New Blend Monarch Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 20, 2009

[nggallery id=124] 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 … Continue reading

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Ashton Aged Maduro #40 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 11, 2009

[nggallery id=120] 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 … Continue reading

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San Cristobal Lancero Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, October 30, 2009

[nggallery id=115] 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 … Continue reading

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Ashton Cabinet Selection #7 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 23, 2009

[nggallery id=22] 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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