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This is bar-none the best full bodied cigar that I have ever smoked. They're beautiful to look at; construction is a work of art; they're ultra-consistent; and most importantly, the complex, spicy, nutty flavor absolutely blew my mind. I always thought that Cammies were my thing... no longer. You gotta try these.
Tim H in Pittsburgh, PA February 8, 2013
Best cigar I've had! Subtle sweet taste. Great burn. Never had to relight. Smooth and relaxing smoke. Kept getting better all the way to my finger tips.
Terry in Georgetown, Tx. November 28, 2012
Great over all cigar. Draw is a little to tight. Great burn and smoke is smooth. One of my all time favorites next to the CX2.
Paul M in December 22, 2011
"One of The BEST! Cubans included."
I am half way through a box of these unbelievable sticks and they keep getting better. They have now barely nudged ahead of my Gurkha Titans and Padron Serie 1964 as the favorite stick in my humidor. You won't be dissapointed!!
Stephen G in Cincinnati, OH January 6, 2009
"Among The Very Best I've Ever Smoked"
I realize we all have different taste, but the Ashton VSG Torpedo is one of the very best cigars I have ever had the pleasure of smoking.
David in Dallas September 5, 2008
"My #1 Non-Cuban Smoke"
A very smooth tasteful cigar. I usually don't smoke them all the way to the end, but this one I can't put down until I'm burning my fingertips and lips. I save these cigars for when the day is perfect and I'm with family and friends at a BBQ.
Peter A in Gonzales, CA July 30, 2008
"good smoke but not worth $ taste was just ok"
Had to try this cigar, but wasnt worth the money, for this kind of $ buy a gurkha legend, much better.
mark c in franklin wi March 15, 2008
"I have smoked them all this is one of the best."
The VSG through its consistency and rich taste has become one of the most difficult cigars to buy by the box in a long time. If you can get your hands on one, take it no matter what the cost you will not be disappointed.
Michael Tashjian in New York, NY March 21, 2003