Drew Estate Factory Smokes Shade
Drew Estate Factory Smokes Shade cigars are produced at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Estelí, Nicaragua, right next to all of those widely popular Drew Estate premiums. The Factory Smokes Shade rocks an oil-ridden Connecticut shade wrapper. It’s a great-looking caramel brown cigar slightly darker than your usual Connecticut shade leaf. The core blend is the same as the rest of the line—long and short fillers and a binder from Indonesia. Expect flavorsome notes of natural tobacco, cream, baking spice, and cedar.
Jonathan Drew stated that the Factory Smokes bundle line was long overdue and how they put in the time necessary to get the blends, craftsmanship, and consistency right. Coming from a guy who gets cigars right over and over, his claim that the company looks forward to disrupting the value cigar space with a quality smoke like the Drew Estate Factory Smokes Shade cigar gives us goosebumps or at least gets us crazy excited.
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Drew Estate Factory Smokes Shade FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Natural tobacco, cream, baking spice, cedar.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People in the market for an everyday Connecticut smoke from Drew Estate.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Absolutely. The Drew Estate Factory Smokes Shade cigar smokes way above its price range.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Get this one together with your morning coffee, and everything is suddenly right in the world.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
According to Drew Estate, this cigar is “perfect for sharing with your friends on a Monday, mowing the lawn, washing the car, you know, smoke it, enjoy it, toss it if you must, then grab another.”
While this is one hell of a bundle stick, it’s not going to win Cigar of the Year or even get anywhere near the Top 25. So if you’re after something of the more premium variety, these wallet friendly stogies aren’t the best choice.