Drew Estate ACID
The heart of Drew Estate ACID cigars is the infusion process – often imitated, never duplicated. No one outside the DE team knows exactly how it’s done, but ACID cigars are flavored using a confidential method and process. DE has shared a bit of information, however. Cigars are not dipped into or sprayed with flavoring. Instead, infusion happens in the presence of “herbs, botanicals, and essential oils.”
Yes, it’s an arcane ritual.
At the end of the infusion process, you get a Drew Estate ACID cigar – a cigar that has a one-of-a-kind flavor and aroma. There’s a huge variety of blends and profiles available. It’s well over a dozen now! There’s the sweet caramel and vanilla Blondie, the steel-blue Kuba Kuba (a favorite of law enforcement), and the satisfying Deep Dish… Toast, Wafe, Liquid…, and a laundry list of others. It can be hard to pick, we know! Just grab one with intriguing flavor notes and drop some ACID.
“But what do they really taste like?”
The flavors of Drew Estate ACID cigars can be tough to describe. While most cigars on the market have earthy notes of coffee, wood, chocolate, or some kind of sweet dessert, ACID is a different beast. The flavors are still tobacco at the core, but borrow artful touches from things like incense, potpourri, and cologne. All the smells of the entire rainbow are available to the ACID artisans, and they’re not afraid to put out a cigar with a big personality.
This brings us to the brand’s co-founder and spiritual father, Brooklyn artist Scott “ACID” Chester, who gave his name to the cigars. As part of the early Drew Estate team, Chester certainly left his mark on the cigar world. He’ll always be visible as the dreadlocked dude on a motorcycle that serves as the Drew Estate ACID cigar brand logo.
In the beginning, they could barely get a cigar store to carry these things. Now, they’re some of the most popular infused blends on the market! When you’re in the mood for something completely different, these stogies will take your next smoke session in an entirely new direction. Snobs may hate them, but the adventurers and individuals know that the occasional ACID is a great way to spice up your cigar rotation.
Just keep them separate from your other cigars. ACIDs love to spread flavor.
Please browse our selection of Drew Estate ACID cigars at your leisure.