Some cigars are just, well, rare. They're event exclusives or their limited edition or something along those lines. Well, today's cigar, the Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Serie A is a cigar so rare, I'm sure if you've ever even heard of it, it's been through pictures on your Instagram feed.
Before even cutting or lighting the cigar, the Unico Serie A smelled pretty good. This stick is several years old, and that time spent aging appears to be paying off.
After snipping the end of the long cigar, the cold draw offered up flavors like Betty Crocker boxed brownies.
Brand: Drew Estate
Line: Liga Privada Unico Serie A
Size: 9 x 47
Wrapper: United States Connecticut River Valley Stalk Cut & Cured Sun Grown Habano
Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina
Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Honduras (modified T52 blend)
Smoke Time: 105 minutes
If you like other cigars in the Liga Privada line from Drew Estate, you're going to like the Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Serie A. The flavors are good, the burn was almost perfect, and the draw was great considering the length and ring gauge of the stick.
Initially, the Liga Privada and Liga Undercrown lines of cigars were only for the employees of Drew Estate. However, they took a risk and offered them up for sale. The lines were so successful that they went into production. I can see why. The Unico Serie A is a great stick.
Although I couldn't find an exact or current price for this cigar, everything else about it led to a great experience. For these reasons, the Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Serie A earns a CigarScore 5.