Acid’s Rebirth of Cigars goes all the way back to 1998 when Long Island’s own Jonathan Drew employed a handful of cigar rollers to work out of a warehouse office in Brooklyn’s DUMBO district. Along with his co-founder Marvin Samel, Jonathan drew inspiration from a local artist named Scott “Acid” Chester whose creations mixed urban, graffiti, and motorcycle art themes. It proved to be an ideal way to market the Acid brand and its “Sub-Culture” vibe resonated with a new generation of cigar enthusiasts.
Today, Acid cigars are hand-rolled at Drew Estate’s Esteli factory in Nicaragua. They source some of the world’s finest tobaccos and infuse, not flavor, them with proprietary combinations of more than 140 spices, herbs, and botanicals. This labor-intensive process is what has turned Acid into a cult force of epic proportions and made their cigars into a one-of-a-kind experience. If you’re looking for something extra from your cigars and can’t quite put your finger on it, there’s a good chance that Acid is the key.
As their portfolio continues to grow, there are now seven unique ways to enjoy their cigars. Acid cigars are all unique, and that individuality is why so many smokers love them. Discover the infusion you love and get your Acid cigars at a low Famous Smoke Shop price.
Need help finding the best ACID cigar for you? See our ACID Cigars Guide to see what the color of each cigar's band means, and learn everything about these legendary Drew Estate smokes!
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this is a quick relaxing nice smoke nice flavor
I love the flavor. I have tried a few cigars but this one has me hooked. Sweet but strong, it like a sweet and sour or spicy type pull.
The acid kuba kuba cigar I highly recommend great taste nice burn just need to find them on sale since they are a little costly
My new favorite cigar. Infused to make it sweet with herbal spice mixed in
These big sticks bun well and are great for an extended relaxation.
These have a sweeter flavor than My general preference but are still extremely enjoyable. There are always a few in My stash.
Very good smoke
These are the only small acid cigars I buy. I buy about six 5 tins a month. Now that?s 300 cigars I smoke a month. No other small acid cigars compares to the Morado Maduro. I have some other full size acids that I love to smoke. Drew Estates makes the best cigars on the planet but that?s just my opinion.
The Kuba Grande is an awesome smoke and I recommend it to all who like a great infused cigar.