Where does Drew Estate Nica Rustica Adobe get its name? Adobe is Spanish for mudbrick. And when most of think of mud bricks, the Pueblo come to mind with their red-tinted homes dotting the American southwest. Their use of earthen clay was a highlight inside our history books. Indigenous populations across the Americas have used adobe for thousands of years, and that includes the homes and communities of Nicaragua where they’re still used today. Drew Estate was inspired by adobe’s aesthetics and turned to Subculture Studios’ Richard “Dog” Diaz to capture the beauty of these structures in the box art.
Adobe is the first Nica Rustica entry in nearly nine years, and it smokes bolder than the original thanks to an Ecuador Habano wrapper, Brazilian binder, and Nicaraguan fillers. We found flavors of dark wood, earth, coffee, citrus, and black pepper. Make sure you grab this box at its best price—get yours here at Famous Smoke Shop today!