Drew Estate makes Tabak Especial cigars. Your preference of either extremely dark Connecticut Broadleaf or natural CT Shade wrappers envelop a Sumatra binder and Nicaraguan Criollo filler leaves. These cigars are imbued, ahead of aging with Nicaraguan coffee. Body is based on your wrapper choice.
If you enjoy smoking Drew Estate cigars, especially the Tabak Especial line, then this is the cigar for you. I have ordered dozens of 5 Packs and boxes of Robusto and Toro Dulces from FSS. The draw on the Belicoso is much more even. You NEVER get an uneven burn, and it NEVER canoes, provided that you just cut it evenly. Once in a great while, you will encounter that problem with the Robusto and the Toro, and they smoke far better if you use a punch rather than a cutter. You don't need a punch for the Belicoso since it is a torpedo. Otherwise, it's still the same great cigar that you have come to know and love. Sweet and delicious, and IMO, it is the best of the best of the Drew Estate line. They may cost a bit more, but they are definitely worth the extra dough. Go for it!1 0
The first time I tried the Tabak cigar was in a Rocky Patel sampler I had about a year ago. I wasn't expecting the flavor that came out of it, as I've never been much on flavored type cigars. Most flavored cigars I've had were from a store or tobacco shop in my area. I was pleasantly surprised. It doesn't have a sickening taste or over powering flavor. It's a bit sweet for my tastes, maybe because I got the Belicoso Dulce, but nevertheless, it's still a good cigar. I bought a box of these, because of my experience with them from the Rocky Patel sampler and I've had one every morning, with a cup of coffee since. Fantastic Aroma, good flavor, a bit sweet, but it mellows out and settles when you get about half way down; not to mention it's a good compliment to a cup of coffee. I would recommend these whole heartedly. An outstanding cigar. Thank you Famous0 0