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Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Robusto

Today’s review is an Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Robusto (5 1/2 x 50). The Puro Sols are produced by the Fuente family in Santiago, Dominican Republic. They are made with toothy, thin Cameroon wrappers grown by the Meerapfel family in … Continue reading

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Day 28 – Ashton VSG Corona Gorda

I have been smoking Ashton cigars for as long as I can remember, they were always a well-constructed cigar that has great flavor and you hardly ever get a poor one (I don’t ever remember getting a bad cigar from … Continue reading

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Day 15 – La Aroma de Cuba Belicoso

For me, smoking a cigar isn’t always about having the best, or paying the most. It never was; when I started smoking cigars, I was a college student and it was a couple of years before the boom, so finding … Continue reading

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Day 9 – Ashton Classic Monarch

When I was a child, some of my grandfather’s cigars came in a tube. I have no idea what brand he smoked, just that when he did smoke a cigar that came in a tube, I got the tube. I … Continue reading

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