Customers show us their ashes
You ever notice how you see a lot of cigar fans with pics of their long ashes? That speaks to the quality of the construction of the cigar. A well-rolled cigar will yield a long ash as long as it’s not too windy or, of course, the smoker doesn’t ash it intentionally. Some say they prefer the taste of a cigar with a long ash because the smoke doesn’t get as hot as it would without the ash hanging on, and thus, wouldn’t exude the harsh taste of a hot burn. Below are a couple pics recently sent in by fans. Check out that Montecristo ash!
Our second photo comes from “Gee Man” who obviously enjoyed this PDR Dark Harvest 2013 Habano. Here’s how he described the experience: “NICE !!! After lighting and getting 1st taste of pepper & spice, this cigar settled into a very nice smoke. The burn was perfect (see pix) and draw and construction better than expected. Not a very complex cigar but a good value and totally enjoyable.
Yes…I’d buy this cigar again.”
How about you? Do you prefer a long ash or not? Sound off below.