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A small taste of perfection from Drew Estate
The whole Drew Estate Liga Privada line is pretty tough to come by these days. Ask any enthusiast out there, and they’ll tell you they’d gladly max out the ol’ credit card in order to stock up because you never know when you’ll come by them again.
Normally known for their infused cigars, Drew Estate has made a huge splash into the traditional cigar market with the Liga Privada line. Ever since their inception, Liga Privada Unico Serie has been sold out all over the country. And with one taste of the delectable blend, you’ll understand what all the fuss is about.
This unique short-filler blend produces a fantastic flavor and burns like a premium. The idea for Papas Fritas revolves around the left over tobacco clippings from Drew Estate’s ever-popular Liga Privada line. Since these babies are made with short-filler from the super-premium Liga Privada, we consider these tasty treats “semi-premiums." Wrapped with a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro, the blend is loaded with a Brazilian Mata Fina binder concealing Nicaraguan-grown short-fillers from Liga Privada No. 9. So if you’re looking for a less expensive Liga Privada, look no further.
A step above the No.9 and T-52 lines from Liga Privada, comes the "Dirty Rat." The burn is impeccable, the amount of smoke, incredible. A true, full-bodied orgy of spice, chocolate, cedar, and earth. Dark, dirty flavors are the mantra with this one. The construction is flawless. The triple cap is huge. They are, quite frankly, a top, top notch smoke. You really have to experience it for yourself to truly understand it. Do not be perturbed by the corona vitola, either. This sexy beast of a cigar was meant to be smoked in no other size! I'm sure some won't be as blown away as I was by it, but I think most are.