Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro
It’s the mission of Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro cigars to bring attention to this big team, and also to more broadly help the people of Nicaragua. It will come as no surprise when we say that it’s not all cigars and whiskey for those folks, especially the over 40% who are struggling with poverty. Access to electricity, running water, education, health care, and more are all hard to come by in certain places around the country. That’s why 25% of the profits from Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro cigars will go to support impoverished Nicaraguans.
Folks from some rural areas in America might have a sense of what it’s like to be out of reach of essential services. So while we help ours at home, let’s light one up for the people abroad who make one of our favorite luxuries in life.
Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro cigars are part of a three-version line. There’s also a Connecticut and a Habano available for those who prefer those flavor profiles. This one is nice and earthy, thanks to a Nicaraguan Maduro wrapper. The flavor layers get complex once you add the exotic Indonesian binder and the Dominican and Nicaraguan long-filler blend.
Draw on this one to experience the tastes of rich milk chocolate, shaved coconut, oak, and pepper. It’s got all the things that make a Maduro great but adds in a variety of other notes to make this a highly satisfying blend to smoke. There are so many people out there in the cigar world who work hand in hand to take tobacco – from the very first plop of a seed into the dirt all the way to a perfectly constructed stogie – let’s dedicate our next smoke session to them, and provide a little bump of support while we’re at it.
Please browse our selection of Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro cigars at your leisure.
Shop All Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro Lines
Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Rich milk chocolate, shaved coconut, oak, pepper.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Southern Draw 300 Hands Maduro cigars are for smokers who want a dark blend that does a little good for people in need.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Pour some whiskey. Battlefield Bourbon is another charitable company that sends some proceeds to preserve historical sites. Not a bad pairing here at all.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
After you’re done helping out your community on a project and it’s time to get back to sitting on your butt.
At the time of this writing, the blend is fairly new. The lowest rating we’ve seen is 4 stars, so all is well so far.