Monday, February 16, 2009

Ashton VSG Tres Mystique Quickie Cigar Review

Photobucket

.

This conveniently short smoking petit corona (44x4 3/8) has a loose draw which generates a thick volume of full flavored smoke. It starts off tasting of rich charred coffee with a sprinkling of cayenne pepper. Once settled down, the cigar shows a predominate vanilla oak character which transitions to a nice smooth cedary flavor in the final third. The spiciness also ramps up in the end, but is nicely balanced with notes of dried fruit and molassas. I highly recommend it.

Sponsor: Silo Cigars, call for prices and availability: 1-865-675-7456





.
Photobucket


.
Photobucket


.
Photobucket

2 comments:

Cigar Command said...

Ouch, look at that burn. I loves me a VSG, though.

Lisa B. said...

Yeah, all the VSGs I've smoked had lousy burn lines, but luckily the cigar makes up for it in taste. Thanks for commenting.