Drew Estate Larutan Ltd. Pimp Sticks Cigars
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Drew Estate Larutan Ltd. Pimp Sticks

Keep your Pimp Stick strong!

Larutan Ltd. Is a small-batch extension of Drew Estate’s beloved Natural line that takes Jonathan Drew’s creative genius to the extreme. At play here are some of the world’s finest and most exotic tobaccos, expertly blended to generate a luxurious taste sensation unlike any other on the planet. First up in this limited edition series is Pimp Sticks, a blend that’s causing BIG waves with DE lovers.

Pimp Sticks comes in one size, and one size only — a 6” x 52 perfecto that’s hand-rolled with various strains of Dutch tobaccos, long-fillers cultivated from the black soils of Esteli, Nicaragua, and a gorgeous, toothy Cameroon wrapper leaf. This cigar offers up an exotic blend and an unparalled burn. It’s incredibly rich, smooth and subtle, yet bursts out with a big bouquet of flavor.

NOTE: This cigar used to be called 'Natural' instead of Larutan. The blend has not changed. Both old and new packaging are available. 

PackIn StockMSRPPriceQtyCart
Pimp Sticks (Perfecto) (6.0"x52)
Box of 24In Stock$214.34
save $54.3525% off
Pimp Sticks (Perfecto) (6.0"x52)
Pack of 5In Stock$44.65
save $6.6515% off
Overall Rating4.73 out of 5 Based on 22 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Drew Estate Larutan Ltd. Pimp Sticks”

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5 out of 5
Consistently fine
Smokin Drew for years and always consistent.
4 out of 5
An OK Smoke
Good aroma at the start, then it starts to fade from sweet to any other smoke. Nice ash and burns well. I'd buy them again, Not my favorite from Drew Estate.
5 out of 5
Nice smoke
Very nice cigar, good draw and it burns even.
5 out of 5
My Favorite smoke
This is a great cigar the flavor is outstanding this is my go to Smoke
3 out of 5
Pump sticks
These are the first cigars from drew estate that have not impressed me. Nothing special about these cigars. Maybe they were an old batch that arrived dryer than they should have been? I’m not sure. After a couple of weeks in my humidor they still haven’t been anything to write home about. Good looking sticks with good burn and good draw but lacking any real flavor appeal.
5 out of 5
Great flavor and great burn.
Great flavor and great burn. Can't wait to get some more!
5 out of 5
Very good!
Really enjoyed them, looking forward to ordering more!
5 out of 5
Love the Larutan!!
Love the Larutan!!
5 out of 5
Silly name for a delicious delightful stick.
Easy to start. Simple smoke. Easy burner. No major faults.
5 out of 5
Awesome service, awesome cigar!
Awesome service, awesome cigar!
4 out of 5
Burns hot
This is a good cigar and would buy it again. Noticed that these guys burn very hot more than usual.
5 out of 5
Tasty go to smoke. Nothing
Tasty go to smoke. Nothing fancy but a solid cigar.
5 out of 5
A 9.9 out of 10!
A 9.9 out of 10!
5 out of 5
DE does it again
Excellent stick. No complaints so far from my husband. Everything noted is tasted. He’s had two so far and even right out of the wrapper the first one was awesome. The second was in the humidifier about a week and just as good. It’s awesome when a cigar can taste that good without having to sit in your humidifier.
5 out of 5
Larutan Pimp sticks Very Nice.
Great Smoke!
5 out of 5
burns well, flavourful, one of
burns well, flavourful, one of my favs
4 out of 5
Like them. Mild, easy draw,
Like them. Mild, easy draw, pleasant aroma
5 out of 5
Good 30min smoke
This cigar is not infused like Acids but has a similar taste. Like a subtle Acid taste without any sweetened cap. It does have a little spice or pepper kick in it which is very nice. Still a medium at most bodies cigar. The standard out factor with this cigar is that it’s fast burning. I’ve smoked many Drew Estate cigars, this one is the quickest. It’s a 30min smoke which can be nice, I’m not always looking to spend an hour outside.
5 out of 5
Great Cigar
I'm a big Drew Estate fan and this is one of the best I have had....highly recommend..
4 out of 5
Not as sweet as Irish Hops and some others
I like the blend, shape, size, and feel....a bit more sweet would be nice, but they are good for a change of pace and for sitting out in the backyard and taking a hour or so from life with a good craft beer. This box will last into next Summer {don't smoke outdoors as much in the winter, and I don't some in the house} so it will be interesting to see how I mix these in with the Irish Hops, and related Drew Estate Acids in my Humidor....that usually tells me how much I really like them, by how fast they disappear.
5 out of 5
These cigars are one of my favorite go-to smokes. Very satisfying and not overpowering!!!
5 out of 5
I'm an amateur cigar smoker
I'm an amateur cigar smoker at best, but these are one of my favorites. Most of the time I like a stronger cigar, but these sweet and mild sticks hit the spot. Easy smoke, lights easy, burns evenly.
Customer Testimonials
This one is my all time fav! They will always be in my humi!
MS of Muncie, IN
I received a 5 pack of the Irish Hops and was extremely impressed; my wife even enjoys this cigar. She will smoke the occasional Acid Tea Infusion and on a rare occasion a traditional cigar, but prefers a smooth smoke. The Irish Hops made me think I needed coffee instead of Scotch, it was like smoking an Irish Creme Liquor. Sweet and smooth, even the smoke was smooth and flavorful. This is a great dessert cigar, enjoyable after a nice dinner or anytime you want the dessert taste without the calories. I first paired this cigar with a Laphroaig with decent success, but after tasting the cigar I decided to try a younger and bolder Highland Scotch, with great results. The small bite and oak flavoring of a 12 year Macallan, was smoothed to a cocoa, Irish creme, and subtle scotch flavoring with the Irish Hops cigar. The cigar can be overbearing if you do not have a pallet for sweets. This is not an everyday smoke for me; however, it is one I will continue to enjoy when I want to step away from my traditional medium to full bodied cigars. I also think it makes a great transition cigar for friends who claim smoking a cigarillo or gas station, paper wrapper cigar is cigar smoking. It provides the sweetness they prefer, while introducing them to a full sized stick. Enjoy and Keep up the Fire.
CS of El Paso, TX
Nice medium bodied stick. Rich good quality tobacco! Not a favorite as I prefer a creamy retrohale, but the taste was good & more smooth then strong. Excellent burn with no touch ups. I would definitly keep in humidor rotation just for a good variety. Try it.
AB of Hampton, VA
First cigar was bitter but the ones after that were quite smooth. There is a lot of smoke and the draw was effortless with a good, light sweet after taste. They burn a little fast for me but over all a good cigar. The price was a bit high for a good cigar vs. a great cigar. Will not buy again unless the price comes down.
WE of New Caney, TX
I have made multiple orders for this cigar because it is delicious. I am honestly not a fan of flavored cigars but this cigar soothes my pallet. I enjoy it with a nice root beer while in Afghanistan.
EH of Jacksonville, NC
Smooth smoke, it doesn't get any better than this. me and my golfing buddies love this cigar. boo yeah. thanks again drew estates, keep going.
Well I just had my second Irish Hop and they are an amazing cigar to buy. Very sweet smooth smoke. Shipping was extremely fast. Ordered it on the nov 16 got them on the 22 of nov over here in Afghanistan. nice- thanks, you guys keep up the great work will order some more.
RA of Akron, NY
I recently had the pleasure of sloberin all over a batch of Drew Estates fine cigars without a doubt the best I have ever smoked.
DE of Jasper, AL
I tried the Irish Hops when I was on leave in June 2010. Bottom line, this is an outstanding Stogie! It has a nice medium flavor with nuiances of coffee and dark chocolate. I am going to buy a box when I get home from the "Sandbox."
JB of Afghanistan, AE
I'm almost finished smoking an Irish Hops by the ingenious cigar makers at Drew Estate...almost finished because after almost 2 hours of pure bliss I don't want it to end. From the honey sweet head to the silky smooth smoke, this cigar is perfect. As a veteran smoker of the Acid line, I have to say that this one is a keeper. A nice break from the typical, run of the mill smoke! Hats off!
SB of Daphne, AL
Irish Hops rock!!! Buttery smooth and very consistent from start to finish. I'm ruined on all other cigars now!!! Be warned!!!
The Dirt Torpedo is one of the finest smokes i have ever had . Very smooth and mild nice burn {slow} for a short surroots. Drew estates is the best so far that i have found and the acid are good to.
RC of Greenfield, MA
(The Irish Hops) from (Natural Ltd. by Drew Estate) is nicely made - a perfect burn and draw as I have found with other Drew Estates products. The taste of this one was not for me - The tobacco taste was too mild, and the infusion was too strong. If you like the milder cigars, this may be okay. If you like things a bit stronger, this one will probably not cut it - Try one of the other offerings like the Kuba Kuba, Def Sea, or Earthiness for more tobacco flavor.
PJ of Crystal Lake, IL
I am a real fan of the Irish Hops(Natural Ltd. by Drew Estate) . I have recently bought a couple of boxes and my wife just bought me another for my birthday, yesterday. They are becoming my favorite smokes. I am not a big fan of flavored stogies but this one is just about perfect IMHO. Try them out.
RD of Harrisonburg, VA
Drew Estate cigars are great, especially the natural! They are very sweet, but have some strong flavors too. Drew estate is the man! Every cigar is also great by him!
JP of canton, MA
Typically I am not one for flavored cigars because I believe that my taste has matured beyond smokes that taste like fruits or cream or honey dispite my young age. This caused me to avoid Drew Estate cigars for a long time. I picked this cigar up Natural Ltd. by Drew Estate simply because It said Irish on it and thought that I was obligated by my hibernian heritage. I lit up and was blown away by the taste. The smooth, almost creamy draw instantly relaxed me the way only a great cigar can. Now I always have at least one in my humidor. This may be my favorite cigar! I suggest this cigar to everyone now, no matter what taste preference you have.
MD of Waterbury, CT
Wow! I've tried many a cigar, but the Irish Hops has to be hands down the best! Tastiest ever! But please, don't take my word for it, as there'll be more left over for me! Dan
DM of Delta Junction, AK
Just tried the Natural Ltd. (Irish Hops).. I have a new favorite!! The taste is like a pleasant drive down a long road with a pretty girl that smells real good, you don't ever want it to end. The combination of tobaccos is perfect and Drew Estate has done it again. Thanks CI for gettin the vitolas to me quickly and at an excellent price. The Hopper is a must have Cigar.
MZ of Phoenix, AZ
The pimp stick is the perfect partner for a good glass of whiskey. It has a cornucopia of flavor. It is one of my favorites.
TD of Myerstown, PA
My girl was flippin through your catalogue and saw the Pimp Sticks ad (Drew Estate Pimp Sticks). She laughed and said I should try them. I said why not and what a stroke of luck that was!! For me, this is the cigar that all others are compared to! Sweet and smooth flavor and perfect burn.
ST of W.Melbourne, FL
When my neighbor and I found out about the "pimp stick" (Drew Estate Pimp Stick) we had to try it. The first one I smoked I fell in love with. I can say without a doubt it's my favorite. I would recommend to anyone
BW of Lucama, NC
Spicy... (Drew Estate Pimp Stick) tasted like the La Vieja Havana's first run. Loved this cigar.
PE of Dallas, TX
Whoa!! Whatta smoke (Drew Estate Pimp Stick)! I bet Superfly woulda been proud to smoke one of these babies.
CK of New York City, NY
We smoked some of the Pimp sticks tonight. He said it is the best cigar that he has ever smoked! They are definitely winners. Anyhow, I smoked it half way and still had the ash on it before it fell.
SS of Syracuse, NY
I think one of the best tasting and aromatic pleasing cigars are the Drew Estate Natural's, Pimp Sticks, Mixed Elements, etc. Whenever those pop up I'll jump on 'em. By the way the 1 day only special Upmanns in the glass tubes you offered a couple weeks back are awesome! I'm pretty sure you probably have the best pricing on the planet! You guys must sell a ton of cigars. Keep up the good work
SK of Torrance, CA

Natural Ltd. Irish Hops by Drew Estate

Steve R

Some of you may realize the cigar I am writing about right now and navigate elsewhere on our glorious web site in search of another fantastic deal. But those of you who enjoy Drew Estate cigars will surely appreciate knowing, Jonathan created a new addition to the Limited Natural line, and it has arrived.

I’ll be perfectly honest. I love traditional cigars, and don’t care for much of anything else. But, there is only one factory on the planet today that can modify the traditional cigar using exotic tobaccos, pipe tobaccos, oils, botanicals, infusions, etc...and create something amazing: Drew Estate. Among this factory’s interesting blends, I will gladly pick up a Natural Root, ACID '5' (if I can find one) or Legends Drew Estate any time of day. Needless to say, it wasn’t hard for me to try Jonathan’s latest creative venture, Natural Ltd. Irish Hops.

The cigar looks and smells nothing like its older brother, the Ltd. Pimp Stick. It’s a 6” x 52 toro sporting a dark and toothy maduro wrapper. Currently, I am still waiting on the types of tobaccos used, but after burning a few, I can tell you it tastes like Nicaraguan long-fillers, aged, inside an impressive broadleaf. Once I learn more, I’ll be back to update this review.

The pre-light aroma is pleasant, offering a sweet, spicy scent, which is amplified once the cigar is lit. The initial flavor is sweet, with a long, rich aftertaste. Very sweet, in fact, but this quickly fades into an afterthought, as the filler leaves take control. The texture of the smoke is most enjoyable. Thick and velvety, the smoke seems to cling to your palate long after each puff, leaving behind a rich tobacco flavor. Throughout the burn, a truckload of unique nuances bounce around my palate. Some taste like coffee, others like cream and liqueur. And then there’s an unusual spice in betwixt. Craziness...but I like it. Still, while trying to figure out these flavors, I can’t get over how smooth and silky the cigar is. The ash is the blackest I’ve ever black, I am often fooled into thinking the cigar isn’t lit. And I’ll be damned if this thing doesn’t refuse to go out. The second half is exactly like the first flavor-wise, but you can easily tell the cigar has positioned itself squarely in the medium-bodied department. In fact, Ltd. Irish Hops kinda reminds me of ACID ‘5’.

Like any of Drew Estate’s exotic blends, it’s important to try this cigar with an open mind and eager palate. If you are a fan of Drew Estate, I’m sure this cigar will please you. If not, give it a try...there is enough rich, tobacco flavor to keep you interested, and hopefully help introduce you to the distinctive blending talents of Drew Estate.

Natural Ltd. Pimp Stick by Drew Estate

Steve R
Drew Estate is known for their Acid line, a series of unique, aromatic blends. Whenever I am in our retail store and recommend a Drew Estate product, I see the gears inside their head start to turn, and there’s no doubt in my mind that they’re thinking ‘flavored’ or ‘aromatic’. Considering my DE recommendations usually include the Natural line, this is not a good thing. The Natural line is not flavored, or aromatic. Actually, none of Drew Estate’s cigars are flavored – say that word in Jonathan’s presence and you may lose your tongue. But I digress; the secret behind the Natural line is the use of exotic tobaccos that you won’t find in your more traditional cigars. Leaves from Haiti, Turkey, and various other places are used. Even some of the world’s best pipe tobaccos are blended to create some of the cigars within the line. And let’s not forget the names. They’re great, and my favorite is the Pimp Stick, which is why I tried it so long ago, and am trying it again today.

With a name like Pimp Stick, I feel like I should be smoking this while cruising in a tricked-out Cadillac with shag carpeting. Unfortunately, my ride is the shop, so this desk will have to do. I’ve always enjoyed the pre-light aroma that this perfecto promotes. Cedary sweet and very pleasant. Already, I’m glad I am revisiting this cigar. I fire it up and it all comes back to me. An explosion of flavor ranging from a light sweetness to a rich toasty note that lingers long after the cloud of smoke above me clears. The flavors seem to amplify as I reach the thickest section of the cigar, and for once, my co-workers are not complaining about the smell (I smoke a lot of bad, BAD samples). The Cameroon leaf helps transform this blend into a solid medium-bodied smoke, and adds a slightly nutty flavor to the mix. As it tapers down, the flavors begin to mellow a bit, ending with a creamy, relaxing finish. Complex would be an understatement; this cigar is a roller-coaster ride for my palate. You won’t catch me enjoying a Pimp Stick every day, but I’ll be more than happy to revisit it on a regular basis.

Natural Ltd. Pimp Sticks

You've got to be kidding me! Webster's Unabridged defines "pimp" to be "one who provides gratification for the lust of others." Interesting! That's not exactly the vision that comes to mind, but I guess I have a lust for cigars and my pimp could be any one of the manufacturers that produce them. So, you could say I've been smoking pimp sticks for years. Just don't tell my wife, she won't understand.

I've been hesitant to reach into the humidor for this one. The regular Acid line is fairly aromatic. The Ltd Def Sea and Kong Cameroon are my favorite. But, I really have to be in the right mood. On the Natural side of the house, these cigars are more "normal" (besides the names) and I've really enjoyed the Leche and Root. (Have you seen that Acid Egg?) Maybe the name is throwing me off, but I'm not sure what to expect from the Pimp Stick. Cameroon wrapper with strains of Dutch filler tobacco grown in Nicaragua. (To be honest, I've never heard of such a thing - strains of Dutch filler tobacco? - sounds exotic.)

This morning I received an email from my good friend Jim. We've been bantering lately about some strong cigars (like Diesel, Cusano Killer Cameroon, and others) and much to my dismay he writes "I received my CI Natural Collector's Box. I tore it open and lit up one of the Pimp Sticks. What an OUTSTANDING cigar!" I almost called the paramedics to find out what this imposter did with my friend Jim. He assured me he was ok and that I had to try one.

The Cameroon wrapper is smooth and a little veiny. Each one is impeccably rolled with a unique shape (each cigar in the box has a slightly different contour and length.) I snipped the head of this perfecto and lit the foot directly without clipping it. Oooh Nellie! It fires up nicely and immediately starts to burn smooth and even. A subtle, mellow aroma immediately fills my office - I can't place it exactly, smells a bit like Anisette (an Italian liqueur often put in coffee.) The flavor is quite tame, but with a little zap! at the start. From the cut end, I see some bright yellow leaves - perhaps some ligero is weaved in giving the cigar a little extra bounce.

The ash is chalky white. It doesn't hold for much more than a 1/2 inch, but the draw is wonderful. The flavor is subtle, and mellow, with an occasional zap! thrown in. The burn is consistent and can be offered as the perfect pre-dinner smoke. The flavor disappears quickly with no harsh tones, no aftertaste, but keeps you coming back for more.

I'm smoking this one in the office and it's perfectly suited for the task. Often, our telephone reps complain their eyes are burning when I fire one up, but not today. I may try this at home and just tell the wife I lit one of the 12 giant votive candles we have around the house. I bet it'll work - the aroma is very pleasant and not overbearing.

From start-to-finish, this stick holds consistent flavor right down to the nub. It never burns hot and could serve just perfectly as my palate cleanser before I head out for some steaks.