Drew Estate has revealed the secret identity of the mystery cigar inside its latest Freestyle Live Event Pack ... the all-new Nica Rustica Adobe, the second expression in Drew Estate’s value-priced Nica Rustica line.
FDA’S announcement today is only a proposed rule and must go through a lengthy comment and approval process before it can be enacted. Given this, Drew Estate will continue business as usual. Our entire portfolio remains available for us and our retail partners to market and sell to our adult consumers without interruption.
Built at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Nicaragua using a velvety Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade Grown wrapper, a Sun Grown Habano binder, and a filler blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Estelí and Jalapa in perfect balance with the opulent and majestic Florida Sun Grown leaf, which is lovingly grown and harvested by Jeff Borysiewicz on his pristine 20-acre plot of land near the Central Florida town of Clermont.
Today Drew Estate announces the cancellation of its 2021 Barn Smoker season, as well as the postponement of DE25 (Drew Estate’s 25th Anniversary Celebration at Southfork Ranch in Dallas, TX) due to increasing health and safety concerns resulting from the rise of the COVID-19 Delta Variant, which continues to spread rapidly throughout the country.
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.
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.
With the Drew Estate BOTL Corona Gorda, the first third is the high water mark for flavor, and unfortunately the middle and last thirds provide a fairly linear and average flavor profile. There isn't anything here that grabbed my attention and I would gravitate towards a previous BOTL release.
The Tabak Especial Dulce Gordito was enjoyable, with the first third exhibiting most of the complexities of the non-traditional coffee and cream flavors. The second and last third exhibited more of the traits of a traditional Connecticut Shade blend. The Gordito is going to be a good choice for someone looking for a significantly longer smoking time.
This 5” x 54 torpedo features a rich maduro wrapper and proves to be the spiciest of the Deadwood family. Lighting up the Leather rose will fill the room with her exotic aroma, plus the effortless draw will leave you longing for more.