As traditional as ruler-wielding nuns in Catholic schools, it's the La Vieja Habana Brazilian Maduro cigar by Drew Estate. That's right, while many assume that Drew Estate began with non-traditional smoking experiences such as ACID, it was actually La Vieja Habana that kicked off Drew Estate's now-legendary journey into the premium cigar world, beginning in 1996.
Today, La Vieja Habana arrives in three varieties, including the dark-wrapped La Vieja Habana Brazilian Maduro cigar. This is a classic smoke with some bite, incorporating a toothy Brazilian maduro wrapper over an interior of Nicaraguan Estelí and Jalapa tobaccos.
What does the La Vieja Habana Brazilian Maduro cigar taste like?
The La Vieja Habana Brazilian Maduro cigar is old-school maduro, offering balance, earthy sweetness, and touches of spice. Expect a medium body and standout flavors of fresh-tilled soil, rain-soaked hardwoods, sweet molasses, and classic leather.