Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
Filler: Dominican Criollo 98, Nicaraguan Corojo & Criollo
Factory: La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate
Purchase Source: ThompsonCigar.com
Date Purchased: June 16, 2018
Date Smoked: April 1, 2019
Here’s another ignored cigar that I found in my “Drew Estate” TupperDor while I was putting away my latest gift of a Liga Privada No. 9, a gift from Rian Walker.
When I came back to the cigar hobby last February (2018), Drew Estate had a stellar reputation and they were just about all I heard about on video reviews and cigar forums. So, it wasn’t a surprise that the Drew Estate Undercrown Shade got noticed on my radar.
Last summer, I was spending quite a bit of time driving back and forth to the east side of Portland, Oregon so I was looking for cigars that I could smoke in my car with the “Sunroof” open, thus the #SunroofCigar hashtag.
So, this morning when I happened upon them again, I decided why not… a Perfect morning cigar… and I’m wasn’t disappointed.
Just looking at this beautiful Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapped cigar, I’m making an educated guess that creamy vanilla and sweet wood (cigar) will keep me company along with the signature Drew Estate billows of thick smoke.
Once lit, creamy mild chocolate, vanilla wafers, and nuts keep me company with the perfect compliment of pepper spice. #SakamotoHappy
Smooth thru-and-thru. What a very enjoyable cigar. I can’t say there were many transitions, but the flavors were well blended and smooth probably from their rest in the TupperDor for the last 10 months.
My revelation today is that I should pay more attention to these when I want something lighter or a change from my “normal” cigar adventures.
Smoke Output: Thick
|Overall Rating (1-5): 4|