It would be remiss for us not to mention the near perfect construction of the samples smoked. Dare I say the construction may have been the collective best attribute of this smoke. Although the flavor was not an absolute homerun for us, it was well balanced and we think it hit the mark as intended, being “Cuabnesque”. At an average price of $7.50 for the short corona, this is a “proud” cost for us given the vitola, but if you familiar with the man responsible for blending this cigar, you know why it comes with this price tag.
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You can get your hands on this cigar for just around $8.00 which makes it a pretty damn good deal. There isn’t anything challenging about this cigar, so in terms of recommendation, but really feel there are some out there that may find this cigar to not be in their wheelhouse. If you do grab one, do yourself a favor… Drink it in the morning with a good cup of coffee. You won't regret it.
The Drew Estate story is one of daring, heartbreak & success but, most of all, one of passion for cigars and the country of Nicaragua, where we have been making cigars since 1998.