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Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Reviews

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Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Double Corona
"Good smoke"
Typical Ashton, smooth, flavorful, good construction. I see allot of wrapper complaints. The first few out of the box had questionable burns. Let em sit for a few months and it was much better. Definitely prefer an ESG or VSG.
Marty M in Chicago February 2, 2015
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol #2
Very average cigar. After all the hype, I decided to try one. A very mild, before dinner cigar, but not very flavorfull or complex. I detected a slight earthy flavor and that's it.
Cigar Lover in Wash DC May 5, 2013
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol #2
"Not as impressed as I thought I would be"
As a long time fan of both Ashton and cammies, compound the fact that they are #7 on Cigar Aficionado's 2012 list, I thought this was a no brainer. I must tell you though, I was not impressed. The burn, draw, and construction are definitely there, but they seriously lack any complex flavor whatsoever. My recommendation is to try a five pack for the novelty, then return to your usual cammie cigars... just as I have.
Tim H in Pittsburgh, PA February 8, 2013
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Churchill
Excellent. Maybe the best I ever had
Dennis in Arkansas July 13, 2012
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol #2
This is a pretty fantastic smoke..medium to full strength. Excellent aroma, draw and creamy smoke production on par with the best out there. Immediate take hold power. Excellent burn. I kept thinking 1964 when I smoked this. Aged in taste not tangy for a cam. Get them in 5s when available.
Chris in Milwaukee March 31, 2012
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Robusto
"Stick with the Belli's these were awful"
The Belllicoso is one of the best cigars I've smoked a truly fantastic blend so I tried a five pack of these. I just finished my 3rd one of the robustos if you could call it "finishing" it because I threw it away. All three were rolled way too tight. I ran a skewer through the third so the cold draw was atleast promising but nooo. Bad burn, no smoke, before the end of the first third, what little flavor I could get turned acrid. Will by more Belli's and maybe try some other sizes but these were a waste of money for me.
Gary in Reston, VA February 26, 2012
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Robusto
"Very nice smoke"
No flaws in construction on the 3 I've smoked so far and I expect I'll smoke more. Lightly spicy on the open with hints of molasses in the middle. Draw has been perfect for me didn't have to "pull" but not loose. I like a Connecticut Shade once in in a while which I consider mild so I'd call this one medium and a winner at that.
Gary in Reston January 24, 2012
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Double Corona
"never had a bad one"
if you like sungrown tobacco this cigar is a real treat.
j n in mi November 25, 2011
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Double Corona
This is a nearly perfect cigar - they're a little less sweet (if you want to call it that) than the Fuente Sun Grown Double Chateau, but that's a good thing. This is now my favorite cigar. I'm on my second box and haven't had any issues with plugs, uneven burning, etc. Perfect draw, beautiful appearance, solid ash, great taste, lots of pleasant smoke. If you like Fuentes or the other Ashton lines, you'll love this cigar. This is an instance of you most certainly do get what you pay for. Don't be cheap! Get a box today!
Greg in USA March 31, 2011
Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Churchill
"A good smooth cigar"
Just had a Ashton Puro on my walk, for me it was a good cigar with a lite smooth after taste a bit of woody/soil taste that did not linger on the palate, the burn and ash was very good, smoked it a third of the way down before the ash fell off, the construction was good until the last 1/3 where it started to unravel. Overall it was okay for the price.
Dug in san diego January 13, 2011
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