Drew Estate Flying Pigs
Is it any surprise where the name “flying pig” came from?
Drew Estate flying pigs look like mini cigar pigs in wrapper-leaf blankets, right? They’ve even got little pigtail caps!
It’s just perfect.
Drew Estate is famous for putting a fun and fresh spin on things in the cigar world, and these potent little perfectos are sized to fit right into any humidor if you’ve got a few small spaces here and there. But with so many to choose from, which should you get? Well, here’s a handy little explanation of each Drew Estate flying pig in our smoker.
You won’t know whether to reach for the barbeque sauce or your lighter, but we’ll try to set things straight.
Oink oink! Drew Estate flying pigs are in the air!
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Drew Estate Flying Pig FAQ'S
Are all of the Flying Pigs the Same Size?
Yes, for the most part all of the Flying Pigs are just under 4.00 inches long with a ring guage of 60 except for the Feral Flying pig which is just under 5.50 inches long with a ring gauage of 60.
How many different Drew Estate lines include the Flying Pig?
The Flying Pig is available in the Liga No.9, T52, Unico Series, Kentucky Fire Cured, and all 3 Undercrown lines.
Are the Flying Pigs a limited or allocated cigar?
Yes, the Flying Pigs are normally shipped to retailers ONLY twice a year.
Which Flying Pig is the best seller?
The Liga Privada No.9 Flying Pig is arguably our best seller but that is mainly because the Unico Series Feral Flying Pig is EXTREMELY hard to locate as it is one of the most limited cigars made by Drew Estate.
How long does it take to smoke a Flying Pig?
You're probably looking at 45-60 minutes for any of the 6 Flying Pigs as they burn even and slow.
Which Drew Estate Flying Pigs are rated 90 or Higher?
The Feral Flying Pig 91 Rated, Undercrown Sungrown Flying Pig 92 Rated, and the Liga Privada T52 90 Rated.