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Ashton Aged Maduro

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A hard to find treat made by Fuente.

The Ashton Aged Maduro is a dark, slightly sweet and almost black cigar which comes from the long process of naturally fermenting Connecticut broadleaf wrapper leaf, giving this cigar its flavor and smoothness. Dominican grown leaf for the filler and binder. A beautiful cigar with oily, silky Connecticut Shade grown wrappers providing a complex and distinctive character with a chocolatey and spicy sweet flavor.

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Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
No. 10 (Robusto) (5.0"x50)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $225.00 $202.00
No. 10 (Robusto) (5.0"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $45.00 $43.00
No. 20 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $212.50 $191.00
No. 20 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $42.50 $40.00
No. 30 (Double Corona) (6.7"x44)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $237.50 $213.00
No. 30 (Double Corona) (6.7"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $47.50 $45.00
No. 40 (Toro) (6.0"x50)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $237.50 $213.00
No. 40 (Toro) (6.0"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $47.50 $45.00
No. 50 (Churchill) (7.0"x48)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $250.00 $225.00
No. 50 (Churchill) (7.0"x48)
5-PACK In Stock $50.00 $48.00
No. 56 (Gordo) (6.0"x56)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $275.00 $247.00
No. 56 (Gordo) (6.0"x56)
5-PACK In Stock $52.00
No. 60 (Presidente) (7.5"x52)
BOX OF 25 Backordered $281.25 $253.00
No. 60 (Presidente) (7.5"x52)
5-PACK Backordered $60.00 $53.00
Pyramid (6.0"x52)
BOX OF 25 In Stock $300.00 $270.00
Pyramid (6.0"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $60.00 $57.00
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Customer Reviews of “Ashton Aged Maduro”
These really are great cigars. I favor maduros and these are some of the best by taste,strong but not overpowering, with a sweetness throughout. A very attractive cigar as well that smokes perfectly with an even consistency one after the other. If you like maduros these are blue ribbon all the way.
MM of Oakland, CA
I remember smoking my first Ashton Aged and thinking I had discovered some wild secret that I wanted to keep to myself. Well, folks see you smoking one and protocol says you should offer a smoke to friends-well that's the end of it-another instant convert! Consistent, smooth, spicy, deep-oily,full bodied smokes that never ever disappoint. I buy two boxes at a time because they are frequently not in stock.
RF of Austin, TX
I smoke three Ashton's and three only... this is one. The VSG Wizard, and the Heritage are absolutely out of this world smokes. I love the subtle shadings of the Aged Maduro, and have always held that America produces one of the finest tobacco leaves in the world in the Connecticut Broad-leaf. This is a sexy smoke... but kind of straight forward. It has a graceful disposition, that meaning it doesn't bwl you over and is easy on others who many not enjoy cigars the way you may. The plume is majestic and bouquet easy one the nose. This is a great Irish Cream and coffee stick... yum! My rate this stick: 89
CS of Southern, CA
This is one of the best maduro's I've had thus far. (Ashton Aged Maduro) Well constructed, good draw and nice burn. The taste was sweet with a slight coffee after taste. I now see why these are more expensive than the 5 vegas series A (another favorite of mine). I burned this baby down to the nub and was sad when I had stop. Great cigar!
BL of Hesperia, CA
Aged Maduro no.40 is in my top two all time cigars. If you let them rest 6-12 months they get into a league of their own. Sweet on the lips, slow, cool burn. Smooth as silk. These are not an every day smoke, but once every couple months its worth a treat.
RZ of The Woodlands, TX
This is one outstanding cigar, all I have to say is try it, you will love it
MC of Henderson, NV
Ok guys so im one of those people who never writes reviews but this baby right here made me. I lit up my first robusto and started puffing on it only to find that when I pulled the stick out of my mouth I was literally drooling over myself because of how tasty this baby was, it smacked me right off the bat with a dark chocolate, cocoa, and a very mellow sweet taste to it. Very little pepper to it except on the retrohale. All in all this is the best stick I have ever smoked, with I would have bought a box of these instead of my Padron anniversary 45. to me this stick is worth three times one of those padrons.
JP of Albany, GA
this cigar is my favorite- ashton the #50. just wish i could afford to smoke them every day
JG of Garden Grove, CA
Mellow, round in flavour and aroma, this is an exceptionaly good Maduro. From experience I can say that if you want a good cigar, you will never go wrong as long as that cigar is an Ashton.
JS of Arlington, TN
My wife gave me an Ashton Sampler for Christmas 2011. She knew I loved the VSG and thought I would appreciate the sampler pack. They have been nesting in my humidor for over 6 months. The VSG was the first one I tried. I was not disappointed. Tonight I tried the Aged Maduro. OMG. I am a big fan of CAO maduro Churchill. This my friends, was even better! Cool draw, sweet taste, with a hint of coffee. It burned perfectly. It was a 45 minute cigar of pure smoking pleasure. At $250.00 plus a box, they are a little steep. But, are certainly worth it. If you like a maduro, give it a try. A 5 pack is about $55.00. Will I smoke 3 a day? No. But, for a once a week special cigar, this is the one! Sit back with a glass of merlot, torch the end and enjoy life. I am 63. Slow down, love the people around you, and take the time to celebrate life with a truly wonderful cigar. Be good to yourself. You deserve it!
Ashton outdid theirselves on this maduro folks. Do yourself a favor and open up your wallet to try these gems. If you like a mild-medium maduro you have to try one!!
AF of Minneapolis, MN
One of my all-time favorite cigars. The first one I had I was thinking to myself this is what a cigar should be. Excellent taste, excellent burn. It reminded me of the cigar store that I used to go to with my dad in the 80s.
Very nice cigar. Beefy maduro flavor (similar to Partagas Black) with the Ashton Classic base. Firm draw, but not too tight. Slightly creamy flavor. The second half leaves an oily film on the tongue with a light cashew nut flavor & light sweet aged tobacco. I will keep a few in a humidor but I prefer the Ashton Classic.
GC of West Monroe, NY

Ashton Aged Maduro

Steve R

Wow. It’s literally been over a month since I posted a staff review. Don’t get me wrong...I’ve been burning my way through boxes of cigars during this time, but the craziness that is CigarFest kept me from actually sitting down and writing a review. Hosting 2,000 cigar lunatics and 26 of the world’s finest cigar makers for the best damn Herf on the planet can be very time consuming!

It’s insanely hot in the office today. We decided to keep the windows open rather than turn on the air conditioning. Why? I have no idea…the heat is making me extremely sleepy and cranky. Fortunately, I’ve re-discovered a tasty old friend, the Ashton Aged Maduro.

Since day 1, I’ve always been fond of Ashton Aged Maduro. But, several years ago, this cigar became very difficult to find due to the tobaccos and time required to make it. This has since changed, and although the cigar is a steady seller, it’s now in stock more than on backorder, so life is good.

Many new cigar enthusiasts fall victim to the old myth, “the darker the wrapper, the stronger the cigar.” I hate this myth, because it scares plenty of people away from trying a cigar just because it’s a little darker, or dressed in an oily maduro leaf.

The Ashton Aged Maduro is a great way to diffuse this myth. For one, it has big-brand recognition. Ashton is a sales juggernaut among new enthusiasts, and has a high level of quality and consistency to demand respect. Secondly, the Aged Maduro may be dark as night, but it’s gentle on the palate and offers a pleasant, mellow flavor.

The cigar is well built and firm from head to toe. The classic combination of aged Dominican long-fillers presents a smooth, creamy flavor with toasted hints of wood, while the dark Connecticut maduro wrapper lends a rich, chocolatey element with a spicy sweetness on the finish. Some unique flavors come and go during the burn, including a touch of leather and a slight earthiness. For a mild(er) cigar, there’s a variety of flavors at play, making the Aged Maduro something that can be enjoyed by most palates. The burn is suprisingly even, considering how oily and thick the wrapper leaf is, and the ash is white and strong. All things considered – quality, flavor, consistency, performance – this is a very good cigar that pairs perfectly with an espresso or mature single malt.

The Ashton Aged Maduro ain’t cheap, and you may not be lighting one up every day, but I am confident you’ll want to treat yourself every now and then after giving it a try.