7/20/17

Drew Estate Undercrown Shade - Cigar Review Redux

Drew Estate Undercrown Shade
7 x 48 Churchill
NOTES:
Again with the Orange Julius. White pepper. Acacia honey in tea. Buttered popcorn. Caramel apple. Zestiest zetzes of the thus-far sampled vitola (Flying Pig, Gran Toro). Sweetly sharp cedar joins heightened pepper on retro-hale; angel food cake sets on palate post that. Excellently performing smooth draw, even line, pack density.

FINAL GRADE: A-
A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 0-59

WRAPPER: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade
BINDER: Sumatra
FILLER: Dominican Criollo 98, Nicaraguan Criollo, and Nicaraguan Corojo

STRENGTH: Mild-Medium
ORIGIN: La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate, Nicaragua
BLENDER: Willy Herrera
IN ADDITION:
Please to scope, gentlepersons: Drew Estate Undercrown Shade Flying Pig - Cigar Review. This, obviously, is a Redux a' that.

Also:

DREW ESTATE UNDERCROWN SHADE GRAN TORO
An exceptionally performing Toro with only fleeting nuances around a sunny and zesty mild experience. Hanging around is an attainable natural tobacco with inherent sweetnesses.
FINAL GRADE: A- (as part of Four Cigars Reviewed in 100 Words vol. VI)