|Shapes:||Corona, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
Drew Estate Box BLOWOUT
As little as $2.99 per cigar
91-Rated Blend – Save up to 67%
Welcome to the Promised Land, friend. The days of suffering through normal retails on Drew Estate are over. I, for one, would rather gnaw my own arm off then get stuck under the crushing weight of their normal prices. That’s why I’ve got a little more pep in my step, because my discounting stick is in full swing. This week, a rare opportunity to score 20-count boxes of Drew Estate’s 91-rated Nirvana just got dropped in your lap. Now discounted up to 67%, and as little as $2.99 apiece, this once bloated bar-fly is looking a lot more like a swimsuit super-model.
Don’t look this gift horse in the mouth. Just ravage boxes for as little as $59.99, saving up to $142 per.
When you’re cranking out 90+ rated fanboy treats like Liga Privada, Undercrown, and Herrera Esteli, as well as dominating the infused corner of the market, blends like Nirvana get lost in the mix. Not because they are any less worthy, but because some pencil-pusher decided not to spend big-time advertising dollars on it. In short, Nirvana is still made with the same top-notch materials and rollers, just not given as much limelight. But that shakes out to good news for you. Carefully crafted in Drew Estate's Nicaraguan fortress, utilizing a bevy of rich, unique tobaccos, all the ducks are in a row for a highly satisfying handmade. For brawn, Nicaraguan long-fillers from the fertile, lush soils of Esteli and the Jalapa Valley were hand-selected. In the flavor department, a premium African Cameroon wrapper and hearty San Andres binder take the reins. The result? A spicy-sweet flavor bomb that keeps on delivering the goods till the very end. Leaning toward full-bodied, and laced with sweet cedar, cream, nougat, and coffee, each puff delivers thick billows of smoke. It’s everything you love about Drew Estate, in a less familiar package.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Grab Drew Estate’s 91-rated creation for as little as $2.99 apiece. Then, contact your financial advisor and tell him you’re filing for early retirement.