Davidoff Number Series Cigars

There are six basic lines of Davidoff cigars: Cigarillos and Small Cigars, Aniversario Series, No.1-3 Tubos and Ambassadrice Series, Thousand Series, Grand Cru Series, and Special Series. All have superior construction and are prized for consistency. The No.1, No.2, No.3, Tubos, and Ambassadrice Series (what imaginative marketing!), is medium bodied…

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Ashton VSG Cigars

Ashton VSG or Virgin Sun Grown cigars are superior in construction and excellent in flavor, and are made by Arturo Fuente. This full bodied cigar is highly prized by cigar collectors world wide and are known for their complex and powerful flavors. Unfortunately these cigars are subject to very limited…

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Ashton Cabinet

Ashton Cabinet cigars are superior in construction and excellent in flavor, and are made by Arturo Fuente. This cigar is light to medium bodied with a sweet creamy flavor with darker and spicy tones. TobaccoPlace.Net highly recommends the Ashton Cabinet line for new and intermediate cigar smokers. These great anytime,…

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Ashton Cigars

Ashton cigars are superior in construction and excellent in flavor, and are made by Arturo Fuente. This cigar is light to medium bodied with a sweet creamy flavor although the Aged Maduro is medium to rich bodied with definite sweet spice tones. Since 1985 this cigar has been a staple…

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Ashton Tins

Although originally produced by C.E. McConnell Ltd, the Ashton tobaccos are now being manufactured by The McClellend Tobacco Co. according to the original recipes and processes such as “cold pressing” and “maritime carrottes.” TobaccoPlace.Net personally enjoys the Original Old church and The Brindle Flake. These fine tobaccos, as with all…

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Ashton Pipes

Traditional in style and shape, these lovely pipes are oil- cured to lend a nutty flavor to the break in period. They also feature hand cut mouth pieces composed of ashtonite; a new substance that offers the look and feel of vulcanite but does not oxidize! TobaccoPlace.Net says that although…

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