Drew Estate Undercrown Dojo Dogma Cigars
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Drew Estate Undercrown Dojo Dogma

Doggone good

The Drew Estate brand needs no introduction. Everyone is aware of this disruptive company with an expansive portfolio of top-notch cigars. The 91-rated original Undercrown blend is easily one of their best. In 2014 we saw an amped up, limited edition, offshoot of the blend that was only available in certain parts of the country. After a lot of success, Drew Estate has decided to take this special edition cigar full scale – enter Drew Estate Undercrown Dojo Dogma.  

Dojo Dogma comes in one specially crafted size, a 6” x 56 box-pressed vitola packaged in soft packs of 10. The outer leaf is a dark Mexican San Andres wrapper. Underneath is a hearty core of Nicaraguan and Brazilian Mata Fina long-fillers, bound by a Connecticut Stalk Cut Habano leaf. It makes for a stronger, more full-bodied version of the classic Undercrown blend. The output is generous and provides rich flavors of chocolate, coffee, and a sweet vanilla finish. Whether you were able to get your hands on this generous cigar in previous years or not, be sure to try out a pack of these beauties ASAP. 

PackIn StockMSRPPriceQtyCart
Dogma (Gordo) (6.0"x56)
Pack of 10In Stock$107.97
save $5.405% off
Overall Rating4.8 out of 5 Based on 5 Ratings

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Great stick
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Top shelf.
Top shelf.
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Love these boxpresses. Radical departure from your typical Undercrown.
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Love these even more now that I can get them!
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I've had about 50 of the regular Undercrown Maduro and I love them. The Dojo is definitely more full in body and in flavor. In fact, the flavors in this cigar are incredible! I like it better than LP#9, which I've smoked about a dozen. However, my favorite is the LPT52. I've had about 40 of them and just love the full-bodied, spicy smoke. I've only smoked one Dojo and the only reason I give it 4 stars is because the first half of it burned unevenly. There was a small void in the fillers right on the wide flat area of this box-press smoke. The 2nd half burned nicely and was a pure pleasure to smoke. The draw and smoke output was good through the whole cigar. If not for the burn issue, would rate it 5 stars. Hopefully, the other 9 cigars I got will smoke like the 2nd half of this cigar and not the first half.