I love these. They're just to expensive. If it were cheaper it would be my everyday cigar.
Like the Arturo Fuente Cubanitos and the Cuesta Rey Centenario Cameo these are my cigars for the "in between smokes". Mild, great taste, no flavors like sweet wrapping, etc. Exactly as a cigar should taste. That is to say MY taste. As with wines, it all depends on the individual taste, on the time of the day and on the mood you are in. I think people should try various cigars within their basic taste and then build a library of their favorite cigars. I am doing that with wines and now with cigars.01
I love these. They're just to expensive. If it were cheaper it would be my everyday cigar.10
Not the best looking small cigar. But OK draw and mild for a quick smoke.10
This is one ugly little cigar. veiny, creases, splotchy and what looks like ink on some of them. Zero complexity. May have tasted some hints of leather around the middle of the burn, but that's it.00
Am I missing something? I must have had a bad tin. Mine fell apart, were bitter and rated right up there with the moldy old White Owl I found in my grandfathers tool box that I smoked when I was 12. I haven't been that impressed with the Ashtons.00