Undercrown Shade Coronets Tin

  • Drew Estate Undercrown is the blue collar Liga Privada 9, created by the factory rollers when due to overwhelming demand, they were stopped from burning the Liga 9. Drew Estate’s master blender, Willy Herrera, challenged the rollers to come up with a Connecticut based blend that would satisfy his palate, and with his input and assistance, the Undercrown Shade came into being.
  • Undercrown Shade is flavorful and balanced, with an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper atop a Sumatran binder and Dominican criollo 98’ and Nicaraguan corojo and criollo long-fillers. Mild to medium-bodied, the blend is rich, complex, and balanced, bringing flavors of toast, nuts, subtle spice, and cream with an enjoyable sweetness with the finish. This is a milder cigar that will surprise and fascinate the full-bodied enthusiast.
  • 4 x 32
  • Coronet
  • Nicaraguan
  • 10 Cigarillos in a Tin

“The journey at Drew Estate has taken me to new countries, and almost every state in the union. After 5 years, it was time to come home and work on a project where it all began for me. Going back to my roots and in my home where I was brought up has been such a blessing.” Willy Herrera

It’s a blessing that master blender Willy Herrera requested the rollers at Drew Estate create a new blend to fulfill the high demand of the company’s excellent premium Liga Privada. The new Undercrown was the result and has taken the cigar world by storm.

Undercrown Shade is the second in this line by Drew Estate. The cigars are a creation of Dominican Criollo '98 Nicaraguan Corojo and Criollo long fillers, a Sumatran binder, and flavorful Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper. The Shade is lighter than the original Undercrown release yet there are a lot of complex flavors of cream, nuts, honey and spice. These sweet coronets are perfect for those who prefer a mellow smoke, but will also fascinate the full-bodied enthusiast.

Smoking on beaches is often illegal, and if not, can be rude to non-smokers nearby. Most often, I take the short walk back to my beach house, but when traveling, I’ll take a journey to a secluded spot on the beach or take a walk on the street. Nicaragua is to cigars as Philadelphia is to cheese steaks. You can’t visit one without experiencing the other. It's just too bad Philly doesn't have any pristine beaches and Nicaragua doesn't have any genuine cheese steaks......

$25.00 Excl. tax
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