La Vieja Habana cigars - the first cigar produced by Drew Estate - are sometimes overlooked by fans of the more expensive Drew Estate offerings, but they're absolutely loved by those who have tried them. They're handmade from the quality leaf left over from the manufacture of the other DE premium brands (meaning that they feature both long-leaf and mixed fillers), and they offer an exceptional smoking value with the great consistency, flavor, draw and burn that you would expect from Drew Estate. These tripa mezclado cigars are available in three premium wrapper varietals - Cuban Corojo, Connecticut Shade and Brazilian Maduro - and they're available in enough different sizes to satisfy all smokers.
Cuban Corojo: This cigar combines a beautiful Cuban Corojo wrapper with filler tobaccos from Esteli and the Jalapa Valley in Nicaragua
Connecticut Shade: Featuring a pristine Connecticut-grown shade wrapper and a blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Jalapa and Esteli, the Connecticut Shade is mild and smooth with hints of creamy coffee and fresh nut with a short, pleasant finish.
Brazilian Maduro: A toothy, oily and dark Brazilian wrapper covers filler tobaccos from Jalapa and Esteli, Nicaragua. Medium-bodied but rich in flavor, expect lots of character and development from the chocolate and coffee tastes that this cigar offers with a slightly sweet aftertaste that will draw you in for more.
Please use the menu above to choose your wrapper variety.