Drew Estate Liga Privada Aniversario 10 Toro Description
How do you follow up a legendary smoke like the Liga Privada No. 9? You take it to a ten, of course! The Drew Estate team went super bold to make the Liga Privada Aniversario 10 to celebrate ten years of Liga Privada puffing. And this thing ain't for the faint of heart. The Drew Estate people call it a, "Full throttle beast of peppery spice," which they attribute to the San Andres Otapan Negro Ultimo Corte capote (that is, the binder). Cigars like this can't start downstream in the manufacturing process - you have to go all the way back to the seed and the farm. Thus, the Criollo Capa used in the Drew Estate Liga Privada Aniversario 10 was grown exclusively for this smoke.
About a thousand boxes hit the market, but, for the reasons above, production is sharply limited. If you miss this one, you'll have to be patient while the Drew Estate team and its partners work towards the next crop and production batch. Perhaps the tobacco leaves are being fermented as we speak under the watchful eyes of Willy Herrera and co.? One tiny mistake can ruin a batch, but if we know anything, it's that the next batch will top the first one, and the result will be a smoke well worth the wait. How does it taste? We won't list out flavors. Instead, there's a simple way to describe the Drew Estate Liga Privada Aniversario 10, right from the makers. It was designed to: "shock the system."
Smoke this one sitting down.
Finally got my hands on the Liga Privada 10 year aniversario after a year thanks to @cigarsdirect_juan and what a brilliant smoke it was woody profile with strong notes of roasted peanuts and dark chocolate with hints of charred beef and butter take a bow