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Ashton VSG Reviews

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Overall Rating 4 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings
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5 out of 5
My "goto" smoke
VSG is a great smoke. I have spent allot more, allot less but the VSG is the best. It is, by far, my goto smoke.
5 out of 5
Sometimes you do get what you pay for...
One of my very favorite cigars. Rich creamy goodness from start to finish. I've never had a burn or a draw problem. They are not cheap but they don't taste like it either! BTW how could anyone compare these to an H. Upmann Media Noche!?
2 out of 5
Not worth the price
Not a terrible smoke, but not great either. The Oliva V series or H Uppman Media Noche have much better flavor for far less money.
Customer Testimonials
Just gave the VSG a run earlier tonight. Very impressed with this cigar. Probably the smoothest I can recall having. The smoke is a wonderful and tasty experience that wraps the smoker's palette in the pinnacle of cigar artistry. I puffed on a VSG Torpedo tonight for over three hours and never once sick of the taste or the experience. My only complaint was the smoke was so smooth that it lacked a kick or a buzz I would associate with a full strength cigar. It's not so much a complaint as a false expectation. But I think the VSG may be one my favorite cigars of all time. Definitely a beautiful top end cigar to kick back and enjoy your day with.
Bought a handful from a local B&M just to try. They had a nice deal over the weekend. Good cigar; was expecting much more though, based on all the hype and the price tag. There are SEVERAL stogies I would purchase over these for a much better value (Oliva Serie V, RP 15th, AB Prensado, Herrera Esteli just to name a few). If you're into higher priced cigars just stick with Padron 1964/1926 Series; you can't go wrong.
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