These rustic smokes are exactly what you love about cigars. Each cigar is skillfully hand crafted by Drew Estate in the old Cuban style method of rolling with a pig-tailed cap. Made with a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, San Andres Negro binders, and straight Nicaraguan fillers, these full-bodied flavor bombs will leave you wanting more, and for this low price, you can't afford not to have these in your humidor. Pick yours up today!
Loved this cigar, lots of smoke and delicious!
Nica Rustica is an amazing smoke. Burns even and consistent , lots of wispy smoke coming from this tasty bad boy. Great full flavor right down to the nub.
Well constructed, reasonably easy to light, decent draw and a good spice/pepper and cream flavor. Full flavor, reasonably strong. Only issue was with an irregular burn that self corrected by a quarter of the way down. I blame the shaggy foot, but it?s no big deal.Enjoy!
I love this cigar!!! Amazing that some would find it anything but great. I get lots of great flavor off this cigar chocolate, pepper hints of coffee. Full Body, tons of creamy smoke. It can become full strength towards the end so watch out if that bothers you, but also don t let that deter you from trying it just have a little sweet handy and let it rest for a bit
Great medium to full body flavor. Fantastic smoke.
I really enjoy this cigar, it smokes good and it is not too expensive. This is my daily cigar! I recommend this cigar.
Easy light, good draw, slow burning and a deep rich flavor.Added to my stash.
All right, I just started smoking cigars regularly so I?m admittedly not an aficionado. With that said I?ve tried quite a few good cigars in the past and I?m now trying to find some good budget cigars i.e. $4-$6 per cigar. These fall right into that window...and dang they are good straight out of the package.They are beautiful to look at, tightly rolled Sancho Panza Escudero is another good one, but not as tightly rolled , produce a lot of smoke and burn PERFECTLY. I?m not good at identifying flavor notes, but this one hit me immediately and I kept asking myself, ?What is it I?m tasting?? I finally figured it out, it?s coffee and leather. I mean these stogies are good.
Most of the time I prefer a Cuban flavor profile. That said even the cheap Cuban cigars blow the lid off 80% o the stuff I pickup to me. With exception DE broad leaf and a few others. The Nica Rustica for the money is by far hands down the best bang for the buck in the flavor profile I enjoy. So if you like a full body flavor with chocolate, leather and a hint of that broad leaf sweetness this is for you. The only downside is if smoking out on your porch your neighbors my think your house is on fire from the smoke off this thing.
it burns pretty good, it s full body for sure but that s what I like. Would buy again