Friday, December 02, 2011

Ashton Cigars – Faldo’s Pick In a Crisis!

Editor’s Note: The following is a true story. Don’t let your children read it alone!

Imagine the unthinkable. There you are, trapped in No Man’s Land!

You are at an extreme upscale cigar bar. Most of the men have their own PERSONAL humidor rented on the premises. The women are all in long evening gowns with large slits up the side or shiny mini-cocktail dresses with 4 inch heels.

The small talk is all about private schools and colleges, “Beemers”, European vacations, summers in the Hamptons, winters in Palm Springs or the Cayman Islands.

The hosts of the get together are none other than the famous socialites “Mary Ann and Biff.”

It is bad enough that Faldo is forced to walk into the "visitor’s humidor" to purchase his cigar to go with the “martini” – extra dry with 3 anchovy stuffed olives. – End of scary part.

Ashton to the rescue! Another brand blended by the Fuente family (see the Arturo Fuente cigar write up). Ashton is manufactured without compromise.

Faldo’s “go to” cigars will not be available in that walk in humidor. Maybe the Trinidad, but don’t hold your breath.
Ashton is always well constructed and consistent with a peppery mild to medium flavor that burns in a perfect white ash. The maduro wrapped Ashton is actually sweeter than the Connecticut wrapper.

This is an “upscale” cigar that is twice the price on-line as Faldo’s mild and medium selections of Licenciados and La Flor Del Caney. Ashton is 4 to 5 times the price in a cigar store.

Ashton is Faldo’s choice when you want to look like you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth instead of the Peppy’s Hamburgers coffee stirrer Faldo was born with.


Cigar4John said...

What, no talk about Obamanomics also in the smoking area in the basement?

Nik Faldo said...

Too polite a crowd. Conservatives too friendly, liberals too scared to admit they are too ignorant to be out in public without their hockey helmet or a sign on their back that says, "Shoot me - for I am a traitor."