Before there was ACID or Larutan, before Liga Privada or Undercrown, there was La Vieja Habana by Drew Estate. This was the company's first offering—a traditional brand with hard-working beginnings—being sold by Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel out of a small kiosk in the Word Trade Center in 1996.
Drew Estate honors their humble beginnings, offering La Vieja Habana cigars in three formats to this day. This includes the mild-mannered La Vieja Habana Connecticut Shade cigar, known for its smooth character and refreshing sensation on the palate.
What does the La Vieja Habana Connecticut Shade cigar taste like?
Rolled with a Nicaraguan interior recipe from Jalapa and Estelí, and sporting a seamless Connecticut Shade wrapper, the La Vieja Habana Connecticut Shade cigar is clean, classic, and balanced. This smooth specimen boasts mellow complexities of freshly cut cedar, barnyard hay, aromatic sage, and creamy honey.