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Drew Estate Cigar Co. Undercrown Sun Grown




Drew Estate Cigar Co.


Undercrown Sun Grown


Gran Toro, 6 x 52




Ecuadoran Sumatra


$5 - $8.99

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If you’ve enjoyed the other cigars in this line up. This sun grown is no exception. Great pepper flavors with smooth finish
This is a quality cigar! Great construction and consistent burn from start to finish! Great medium body with some notes of milk chocolate and some honey and cinnamon! Drew Estates is known for their unbelievable tasty blends and it shows in this stick! You won’t be disappointed!
Nice spice on the finish ,great notes of cedar and earth !
You can\'t go wrong with this one. This is a wonderful cigar after dinner midbody cigar
Very nice cigar, no suprise from Drew Estate
Great cigar. Can never go wrong with drew estate
A perfect dessert cigar. Notes of milk chocolate and graham cracker... nuff said
This is a great mild smoke in my opinion. Well crafted to hold a great ash. Consistant through out.
Best taste hands down for a sungrown stick.
Great smoke with good flavor, solid construction and nice draw.
Undercrown Sun Grown is a great addition to the UC line, 1.the price point is spot on in this ever growing market. 2. The Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper is smooth and the binder being stalk cut habano has a bit of spice to give its own uniqueness to your palette. 3. overall I give it the 4.5
Great smoke and great draw. Next to ghe FSG this is top sungrown out on the market today.
I would have to say I agree with the first review. A solid cigar to the touch. A hint of gingerbread at first. A sweet taste comes with the smoke through out the smoke. A white ash when burning. The draw was content and cool.
New blend for 2017, the cigar has a light aroma of gingerbread on the wrapper and foot. The wrapper is oily and has one large vein. The bunch is firm and the cold draw is a bit tight. Tonight\'s beverage is a Real Ale Three Lions IPA. First impression is the classic Sungrown profile with a medium to full body. Flavor notes include almond and toasted tobacco with red pepper in the retrohale. The burn is even and the ash is light grey with some flaking. The draw remains a bit tight but is producing plentiful smoke. During the first third the ash firms up while the burn remains even. The smoke has developed a sweetness to complement the almond and tobacco notes. The cigar is burning slowly with plentiful smoke. The second third continues continues to smoke smooth and cool. The sweetness has built enough to hide the almond notes and the red pepper notes have picked up in the retrohale. The burn remains even and the ash continues to be fairly firm. Approaching the final inch the cigar remains cool and pleasant. The sweet tobacco notes continue to be very tasty. The burn is still even. The construction has turned out to be excellent.