These chunky premiums from Drew Estate pack some serious heat.
The guys at Drew Estate really know how to turn heads. Introducing My Uzi Weighs A Ton, Drew Estate's version of a medium-bodied 6.0"x60 parejo with a unique twist.
This cigar is part of Drew's Subculture line. Only created in small batches, Subculture offers Drew Estate fans blends that are a bit more exclusive than their standard lines such as ACID or Natural. In fact, some ACID and Natural cigars can be found under the Subculture line, among others. These cigars are created with the finest Nicaraguan tobaccos and rolled by Drew Estate’s top torcedors. In addition, the tobaccos found in each Subculture cigar have been aged for an entire year longer than any tobaccos used in Drew Estate’s other phenomenal blends.
My Uzi Weighs A Ton (MUWAT), the first cigar co-produced by Drew Estate and Joya de Nicaragua. With a name like “My Uzi Weighs A Ton” it is no surprise that Jonathan Drew was behind this concept. While MUWAT’s cigar production takes place on the rolling floor at Joya de Nicaragua, it was blended solely by Jonathan Drew to be truly medium to full-bodied, and boasts a San Andres Maduro wrapper — a rich, super-flavorful leaf with a raw, earthy finish and a touch of bittersweet chocolate. In addition to supplying all of the wrapper leaf from his factory, Jonathan also procured the Connecticut-shade binder and the Brazilian filler, which adds a distinct sweetness to the hearty, chewy Nicaraguan leaves from Joya de Nicaragua. “Layered textures and depth of smoke” was the objective for these 60-ring gauge beasts and the blend proved to be spot on. As many of you know, Jonathan Drew is a creative guy, and runs an art factory of 31 graffiti artists called Subculture Studios that’s attached to the Drew Estate factory. MUWAT is labeled as a “Subculture Studio Production” in honor of the graffiti team, which brings him a ton of inspiration to continue creating.
Customer Reviews (2)
Overall Rating4.5 out of 5Based on 2 Ratings
Customer Reviews of “Drew Estate My Uzi Weighs a Ton”
I'm typically a mild to medium smoker (Rocky Patel Vintage 90s are my favorites) but I keep the Bait Fish in my humidor for two reasons:
1) these guys have great flavor that lands them more in the mid-full flavor zone. It's not too overbearing even for someone like me who usually likes cigars lighter on the punch.
2) They're a great size. Sure you can get small cigars from other brands and blends so this isn't a characteristic that is unique to this particular one, but it happens to be a great size when you don't have the time to burn a churchill or just want something to rip on a 25 minute car ride.
However, the price on these little guys is a little high. I put up with it because I like them so much... but I only pick them up from time to time because of this. If they were more affordable I would stock these in my humidor constantly. Because of the price point they remain a "sometimes" smoke for me.
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5 out of 5
Aug 20, 2015
This cigar will not disappoint. (I am typically a mild-medium cigar smoker) Tons of flavor without sledgehammer strength. I would be surprised to see any cigar smoker who does not love this cigar.