Herrera Esteli by Drew Estate
A new look, but the same great blend, is the Herrera Esteli by Drew Estate Habano! Rolled in the entubado style, a time-honored method that originated in Cuba, and is considered the most difficult method of rolling. A lightly colored Ecuadorian Habano wrapper clings to the Nicaraguan and Honduran fillers, making this a delicious medium to full-bodied blend. Teeming with notes of cedar, oak, and quintessential Cuban creaminess. Drew Estate and Willy Herrera have done it again with the Habano!
Herrera goes Brazilian, with this dark Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper – a leaf typically used as a binder or in the filler. Willy Herrera, master blender, is known for having exceptional flavor and unmatched consistency. Applied on top, it provides pronounced floral and earthy flavors. Underneath is a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and long-fillers from Nicaragua. Overall, it’s a medium to full-bodied cigar with great flavor. Starting off with notes of cocoa, leather, and black pepper. The flavors develop nicely with each puff becoming richer and more flavorful than the last.
Willy Herrera (master blender at Drew Estate) has made quite a name for himself, as he continues to release one hit after another. His sophomore effort is the Norteno, a full-bodied Nicaraguan smoke that boasts of bold pepper, chocolate, cashew and notes of espresso. It’s a powerful, ultra-flavorful and satisfying smoke that you’ll enjoy down to the last puff. Everything about this smoke is satisfying, including the rich, dark wrapper and the semi box-pressed shape. A dessert for all your senses.
Before master blender, Willy Herrera joined Drew Estate, he practiced his trade in Miami’s famed El Titan de Bronze. Eventually he caught the attention of an up-and-coming Titan, Drew Estate. This newest extension to the Herrera Esteli line pays tribute to the place where it all began for Willy. This smoke utilizes a superb blend of long-fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua, and is wrapped in a dark, oily Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro leaf. Flavors of wood, black pepper, a touch of cinnamon and dried fruit make this smoke taste and smell like Miami. Smoke up the Sunshine State with the Herrera Esteli Miami.
If the Liga series is the cup of black coffee, the Herrera Esteli is the Cappuccino. Known for its old-school Cubanesque style, this cigar delivers on all its promises (and then some). Medium bodied, notes of spice, both earthy and sweet, and a long finish. A brilliant smoke, that if you don't already love, you're missing out! Try it today!