“The Girl With No Name” is the latest cigar in Drew Estate's Deadwood lineup. This will be a Cigars International Exclusive. It joins the Fat Bottom Betty, Sweet Jane, Crazy Alice and Leather Rose. It comes in one size, a Toro (6 x 52) that uses a maduro wrapper and is blended with aromatic and exotic tobaccos that accentuate the cigars’ natural sweetness. Deadwood “The Girl With No Name” Toro is available in 20-count boxes and features the iconic Deadwood Sugar Skull artwork on both the cigars’ band and box.
During their latest “Freestyle Live: Special Edition” broadcast, Drew Estate, joined by James Hetfield of Metallica and Rob Dietrich of BLACKENED American Whiskey, revealed that the mystery cigar in their latest Freestyle Live Event Packs was the all-new BLACKENED Cigars “M81” by Drew Estate.
Today Quality Importers Trading Company (QI) announced that they have hired Joseph Gro for the role of Director of Marketing and Communications. This is a new role, and Joe will be reporting directly to Chief of Customer Engagement Michael Giannini who was hired to the company back in June. Joe will be responsible for developing and executing QI messaging initiatives, trade marketing and multimedia strategy.
Drew Estate’s Pope of Greenwich Village is making a comeback to Smoke Inn’s Micro Blend Series. The Micro Blend Series is a collection of rare, small batch cigars as a collaboration between some of the premium cigar industry’s top companies and Smoke Inn’s owner, Abe Dababneh. The Pope of Greenwich Village is named after the 1984 movie of the same name which happens to be one of Drew Estate Founder and President Jonathan Drew’s favorite movies. The original Pope of Greenwich Village cigar was first sold in 2015 and was the tenth iteration of the Micro Blend Series. Smoke Inn and Drew Estate also brought back The Pope of Greenwich Village in 2021 and it sold out quickly.
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"Smooth and perfectly balanced was the name of the game for this cigar from beginning to end. The transitions in flavor profiles were subtle yet plentiful enough to keep my palate engaged while the contrast of bitter and sweet complimented each other in such harmony that was not overly complex or obscure. Every puff was thoroughly enjoyable and even though it was almost a two-hour smoke, I didn't want it to end." -Noah S. (Noah)
Drew Estate's limited-edition Liga Privada Unico Serie Pancetta (4 ¾ x 50, Short Belicoso) is making a comeback to Wooden Indian Tobacco Shop in Havertown, Pa., and Barrister Cigars in Union, N.J. Just as with the previous Pancetta releases, the 2022 edition will be available exclusively at the two stores.
Drew Estate showed off a brand new blend in its Tabak Especial line at the InterTabac Show in Dortmund, Germany,...
Drew Estate will reveal a new brand during its “Freestyle Live: Special Edition” broadcast. As with previous new releases, the company will be selling Freestyle Live Event Packs with the new brand unbanded before it is revealed. Packs will be available at participating retailers nationwide beginning on Aug 18.
Drew Estate is adding a new to its Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo line, a robusto. The new size was announced during their latest Freestyle Live broadcast. The Liga Privada H99 Connecticut Corojo Robusto measures 5.5" x 54 and officially made its debut as the Pennsylvania Barn Smoker DE25 Exclusive Pre-Party on July 15. This will be a regular production available to qualifying Drew Diplomat Program members starting in September.