7/16/17

Drew Estate Undercrown - Cigar Review Redux

Drew Estate Undercrown
Churchill 748
NOTES:
Picture it: Eugene, Oregon. 2017. I'm smoking a nigh flawlessly constructed cigar offering. Its combustion is wonderfully-paced and even. Notes are an oaken bowl fulla mocha latte, stirred with a strip a' pepper'd beef jerky. Leathery barnyard under-belly.

Completely enjoyable, this Undercrown. Humsoever and under critical gaze, it doth lack-some in complexities and balance. Its finish drops off the table with a slight diesel-y wake. All told, its smoke-abilty is quite high. I can well-live off this line, methinks -- sans frou-frou reviewings. Particularly with an Undercrown Sun Grown addition and previous Shade 'un.

FINAL GRADE: B+
A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 0-59
WRAPPER: Mexican Otapan Negro Ultimo Corte
BINDER: T52 Connecticut River Valley Stalk Cut & Cured Habano
FILLER: Brazilian Mata Fina & Nicaraguan Cuban Seed

STRENGTH: Medium
ORIGIN: La Gran Fabrica SA, Nicaragua

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Otapan Negro Ultimo Corte, think primo San Andres.

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