Ashton VSG

Characteristics A dark Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper and Dominican tobaccos in the well-tuned filler, plus extra aging in cedar vaults give this popular cigar a Porterhouse-steak richness. Many Europeans, used to smoking strong Havanas, often favor the VSG when in America. Insider’s Tip Made for Ashton by the Fuente family, VSG stands for Virgin Sun Grown and refers to the special tobaccos harvested for this cigar at the famous Château de la Fuente farm. Eleven shapes are available; a new tubed version of the 6 x 52 Eclipse was introduced in 2009, but for our tastes, the 4 3/8 x 60 Enchantment is magical. To help you decide, in 2010 a new five-pack assortment, featuring the most popular shapes, was added. Note Prices are per cigar and average suggested retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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