Ashton

San Cristobal Revelation Legend

Personal Cigar Review: San Cristobal Revelation Legend

The San Cristobal Revelation Legend had a nice start, with a good combination of flavors and then dropped a level in each third as the profile lost it's vibrancy and then the char and wood bitterness joined in. I was hoping the chocolate fudge aroma from the wrapper pre-light was indicating a fair amount of chocolate in the profile, but it was very short lived. Overall, not a cigar I'd see myself coming back to.

Team Cigar Review: La Aroma de Cuba Pasion Corona Gorda

Team Cigar Review: La Aroma de Cuba Pasion Corona Gorda

I can’t remember the last La Aroma de Cuba that I enjoyed this much. What a great Nicaraguan puro. Balanced blend with enjoyable flavors from start to finish. Great construction as well. My Father has released two Nicaraguan puros recently that have caught my attention. I like what I am seeing. I want more! I will definitely be coming back to this La Aroma de Cuba Pasion Corona Gorda.

Personal Cigar Review: Ashton Cabinet Selection Belicoso

Personal Cigar Review: Ashton Cabinet Selection Belicoso

This is a very light strength cigar with a mild set of flavors. To me, the goal of the Ashton Cabinet Selection Belicoso is just to try not to offend the palate of the light strength smoker and provide perfect construction, and other than the burning paper note, which likely wouldn't turn off these types of smokers, I think it accomplishes that goal.