Drew Estate

Team Cigar Review: Tabak Especial Negra Lonsdale

Team Cigar Review: Tabak Especial Negra Lonsdale

The Tabak Especial Negra Lonsdale was really quite basic and I didn't get much more than a light creamy coffee in the first half to really make me think this was part of the Tabak line. I'm not sure if the infusion was light on this sample or just very light on this vitola, but it just didn't hit me the way past Tabak's have.

Cigar News: Drew Estate 25th Celebration Bash Announced

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Drew Estate and The Rebirth of Cigars Movement. To celebrate this momentous occasion, the company is inviting you, consumers, retailers and cigar media to its epic blow-out birthday bash, entitled “DE25.” DE25 will be held on Sept. 25 at the Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas, part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metropolitan area.

Cigar News: Drew Estate Barn Smokers Return for 2021

Drew Estate will resume its Barn Smoker program in 2021 after a year’s hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The company will host three Barn Smokers beginning with the Connecticut Barn Smoker on Aug. 14-15 in the beautiful Connecticut River Valley. The Kentucky Barn Smoker will follow in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on Oct. 9. Finally, the Florida Barn Smoker will take place on Nov. 13-14 in Clermont, Florida.

Cigar News: Drew Estate Launching Mystery Cigar as Part of Upcoming Freestyle Live Show

Drew Estate will ship participating retailers across the United States a limited amount of Freestyle Live Event Packs that will include three of a new ultra-premium cigar [WITHOUT BANDS], a travel humidor, a cutter, a lighter and a raffle ticket. The identity of the newly released cigars will remain an air-tight secret right up to the moment that Drew Estate’s Ambassadors reveal their identity during the show.

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Bauhaus

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Bauhaus

The Drew Estate Liga Privada Único Serie Bauhaus is a nice addition to the Unico Serie and for fans of the series, would definitely be worth trying to acquire some from the European market if you can track them down. I'd have no problem smoking more of these, likely in the evening after a nice meal and I could see it pairing well with a nice brown spirit of your choosing.

Personal Cigar Review: Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Suprema

Personal Cigar Review: Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Suprema

The Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Suprema had a nice start, but went downhill in each third as some components dropped out and bitterness joined in. Past the first third, the profile is very traditional Connecticut shade with the dry and musty wood and bitterness. I likely won't return to this vitola as I would go back to the previous sizes, but if I'm in the mood for a unique size, I'll go after the Flying Pig.

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma

Team Cigar Review: Drew Estate Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma

Definitely not my cup of tea in terms of the large ring gauge, but when it comes to overall flavor delivery, I gotta give praise to the Drew Estate Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma. Silky/buttery mouthfeel with flavors of sweet cream, roasted chestnuts, minerals, cedar and layered red pepper spice. Well executed until the final third in which harshness and an abundance of minerals shows. This one is worth it.