Today, Drew Estate announced a new size for their ACID 20th Anniversary line, a 6 x 50 Toro. Additonally, they are making the original Robusto size available in a Tubo format in 5-count pack. Both will be showcased on the upcoming Freestyle Live: Special Edition hosted on facebook.com/drewestatecigar on June 11th from 7:00-9:00pm EST.
Drew Estate has announced some new additions to their ACID Regional Accent series, a group of cigars exclusive to one region of the US. Joining now are California, Chicago area, Georgia and Texas. These two join the Jay St. Posse for the NYC Area and the B-More 410 for Maryland. The first two were shown off at IPCPR this year.
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It does everything so well it's hard to find a fault with it. If I'm being nit-picky, it smoked a little fast for it's size. The smoke output was phenomenal, the burn was almost razor sharp though out, the draw was perfect, and the flavor profile evolved all the way through. I'm not a flavored cigar fan but I'm a fan of this one. I remember smoking this at IPCPR and feeling that it was in the top 5 new cigars at the show. It was actually the best cigar that I smoked that day and was teased relentlessly for it. Trying it for a second time now, it holds up the previous experience. Honestly, give it a try and be open to the experience and I think you'll be very surprised at how good this actually is.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the ACID brand, and to celebrate, Drew Estate is releasing a 20th anniversary cigar ACID 20. The cigar is a box-pressed robusto 5 x 52 that comes in chrome boxes. It will be shown off at IPCPR 2019.
Drew Estate will show off a new vitola of ACID cigars at the 2019 TAA Trade show March 17-21st in Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic. This release is part of the 20th anniversary of ACID. The Plus joins Extra Ordinary Larry (6 x 60), Roam (7 x 48), C-notes (3.75 x 20 small cigars), Krush Morado (4 x 32), Croqueta (2.5 x 50) in the Purple line.
Today, Drew Estate announces two new ACID samplers: “ACID 7 Wonders” and “ACID Loud.” Both will be shown off at the company's upcoming Freestyle Live: Special Edition hosted on facebook.com/drewestatecigar on June 11th from 7:00-9:00pm EST.
Drew Estate announced today that their new 20th Anniversary ACID cigar would be shipping to retailers nationwide. The cigar comes in chrome boxes of 24 and was shown off at IPCPR 2019. The cigar comes in one size, a 5 x 52 box-pressed robusto. The blend of ACID 20 uses a Mexican San Andres capa, with Indonesian binder, and filler leaves from Nicaragua. The company has not disclosed the the infusion, but say it "is truly worthy of the double decade title." It sells for $230.40.
As I'm finishing up this cigar, I'm not sure if people really care about what someone thinks about an Acid. People that hate flavored cigars aren't going to want to try it and people that love Acids are going to want to smoke one regardless of what I thought about it. I'm not a flavored cigar smoker but I can recognize a quality cigar when I smoke one. Even if it's not really in my wheelhouse, it a well made cigar. The burn, construction, and draw are all top notch. The flavors are interesting albeit not subtle. Go and give one a shot.
Drew Estate announced today that its ACID Mega and Blond lines will be distributed in Germany. Royal AGIO will handle the distribution starting today. ACID Mega is a Kuba Kuba under a different name for international markets. It comes in a 5 x 54 robusto vitola that uses a Sumatra wrapper with binder and filler from Nicaragua and sells for 7,90€ /cigar. ACID Blonde is a 4 x 38 that uses a Connecticut wrapper with NIcaraguan binder and fillers and sells for 4,50€/cigar. Both lines ship in July.
Today Drew Estate announced a smaller version of the ACID and Tabak Especial “Frenchies.” These small cigars will first be shown at the Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) held in Las Vegas on Feb 11-13th.