Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro
Founder and President of Drew Estate Jonathan Drew stated that their move to offer bundle cigars was not a decision made lightly. He said that producing a good bundle stogie requires a ton of efficiency that isn’t easily accomplished. Drew concluded that the Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro cigar and the rest of the Factory Smokes line was long overdue. He also said how the company is stoked to “disrupt the space with an innovative, deep value line of quality smokes for a broad set of thrifty individuals.” Amen to that! Now let’s take a close look at this everyday Maduro treat.
First things first—the Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro cigars are not factory seconds. To further drive down costs, they employ the Cuban sandwich style filler blend, which combines long-fillers and short chopped leaves. But these babies smoke more consistently and deliver more flavor and superior construction than several pure long-filler blends at higher price points. Here the filler blend and binder are Indonesian, and the wrapper is a near pitch-black and oiled-up Maduro leaf.
Add fire to a Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro, and you’ll experience rich flavors like dark chocolate, black pepper, and espresso. It’s always exciting when a well-trusted, highly respected brand like Drew Estate releases a bundle cigar, so what are you waiting for? Enjoy these everyday smokes for everything from garage projects to backyard parties.
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Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Dark chocolate, black pepper, espresso.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Anyone looking for a choice bundle Maduro smoke at a wildly cheap price from one of today’s leading cigar brands.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
For sure. Drew Estate took their time with this line and got it right.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke a Drew Estate Factory Smokes Maduro cigar with a medium roast coffee or an IPA of your choosing.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Garage projects, yard work, outdoor get-togethers—the possibilities here are endless.
These sticks are under $2 a pop, so the wrappers tend to have some thick veins, and the leaf is a bit rough to touch. That said, they still look great and smoke even better.