Tabak Especial cigars are supplied by Drew Estate. You may pick from two variations of wrappers, an very dark CT broadleaf or a CT shade wrapper that enclose filler leaves from Nicaragua and a Sumatra binder. Prior to the aging process, the cigars are gradually infused with Nicaraguan estate coffee.
I tried the negra and the dulce, and I prefer the negra, both are very well constructed with a shaggy foot.Both light easily and maintain a nice burn with a bright white ash which holds well. The flavor of the negra is coffee and chocolate, both are worth the cost and are an excellent smoke.
The cigar has a very spicy taste to it, with a sweet tasting wrap. The larger sizes have a very sweet wrapper and are very flavorful until the half way point then very sour. After about 2" of sour it turns to a tar taste until the end. Would only recommend the corona size. I have smoked about 40 of the corona's and 2 or 3 of the other sizes. But it always ended up the same way with the bigger cigars of this class.
I ordered the Tabak Especial Colada Negra because the Tabak Especial Corona Dulce was out of stock. Even recieved a free 50 box of the Short Shot Negra. Still not worth it. Rough burn and construction on both.