Drew Estate Undercrown 10

(2 customer reviews)


Mexican San Andres Otapan Negro Último Corte

United States Connecticut Habano (stalk cut & cured)

Nicaragua Undisclosed

Corona Viva: 5 x 43
Robusto: 5 x 50
Toro: 6 x 52
Corona Doble: 7 x 50
Lonsdale: 6 x 46


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To celebrate the brand’s anniversary in 2021, Drew Estate is getting “All Dekked Out,” a tagline that denotes Undercrown 10’s elegant packaging and reinforces the pride of Undercrown’s ten years of excellence. The Drew Estate Undercrown 10 is a complex, rich, and bold blend of ultra-premium aged tobaccos that includes the highest priming of Mexican San Andres dark wrapper, the very finest Broadleaf binder from the Connecticut River Valley, and a tripa blend of select and rare Nicaraguan tobaccos.



Corona Doble, Corona Viva, Lonsdale, Robusto, Toro


Box of 20, Single

2 reviews for Drew Estate Undercrown 10

  1. ellorywells

    Initial Thoughts:
    While at Tobacco Cabana in Cedar Hill, Texas the other day, I had the chance to pick up a sampler pack of the new Drew Estate Liga Undercrown 10s. So I thought I’d review it and see if this stick is worth celebrating.

    The first thing I noticed about the Liga Undercrown 10 was how similar-but-different the label was to the typcial Undercrown Maduro (reviewed here). The label takes the regular blue-ish black and gold and adds more black and a yellow ribbon to it.

    Giving the cigar a smell, the Undercrown 10 also has a similar and familiar musty and sweet smell to it.

    After a quick and easy cut of the cap, the cold draw was about perfect. Lighting up the Drew Estate Liga Undercrown 10 was like riding a bike and I tasted flavors that were similar but different and I had high hopes for this commemorative blend.

    CigarScore: 5
    Brand: Drew Estate
    Line: Undercrown / 10
    Size: 6 x 52
    Cut: Guillotine
    Light: Torch

    Wrapper: Mexican San Andres Maduro
    Binder: United States Connecticut Broadleaf
    Filler: Nicaragua x3
    Smoke Time: 75 minutes

    Through the middle of the cigar, the flavors were good. I think I prefer this Undercrown 10 to the Undercrown Maduro, but I believe it’s about 30% more expensive. And, it quite possibly much harder to find. However, for the first 45 minutes or so, the burn on this cigar was uneven.

    Final Thoughts
    By almost every measure, the Drew Estate Liga Undercrown 10 Toro is a great cigar. While there was a burn issue, I barely noticed it as it never had any significant or negative impact on the draw or the experience as a whole.

    Overall, the draw was great. And, while I didn’t just love the flavors, they were pretty dang good and you might love them. I suspect that even if you didn’t love the regular Undercrown Maduros, you’re going to like this Undercrown 10.

    Even though this commemorative and celebratory cigar is more expensive than its pedestrian brother, it’s worth it. The Drew Estate Liga Undercrown 10 Toro earns a CigarScore 5.

  2. Bruce

    I got this stick with the Cigar Score Lounge sampler. It has a richness to the prelight taste and smell. This one burned well. It just kept delivering a rich flavor that wasn’t heavy. It will hold up well with whiskey or tequila as it has a consistent full flavor but not heavy throughout. Great choice for a sampler as I had not tried it before. I’m ordering some more to enjoy soon.

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