The story behind Undercrown, Drew Estate’s newest undertaking, is almost as epic as the blend itself. This cigar, released in 2011, came about because the torcedores at the Drew Estate factory were smoking so many Liga Privadas that the company was having trouble keeping inventory. They blended Undercrown, which Jonathan Drew calls an “inverse Liga Privada,” to smoke instead, this time using an exceptionally dark Otapan Negro Último Corte wrapper leaf from Mexico. “Último Corte,” meaning “last cut,” refers to the process of delaying the harvest for several weeks in order to bring out the leaf’s natural sweetness.
The Undercrown uses a Connecticut-grown stalk-cut Habano leaf (the same one used in Liga Privada T52) for its binder, and the filler is a blend of Brazilian Mata Fina and Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos. The result, as you could well imagine, is outstanding. Undercrown is chocolaty, earthy, creamy, and peppery with some of the richest tobacco flavors you can find. The construction is on par with any Drew Estate cigar, and ensures an easy draw and razor-straight burn from start to finish.
Here's what others have to say about this item!
Undercrown a fine stogie!
Great-looking, nicely-made smoke.
Lots of complexity and enjoyment
By Laurence on Aug 13, 2014
the upper crust
great smoke. when you have some time and are feeling a little fancy. very smooth.
By Benjamin on Jul 22, 2015
My go to Stogie
The Liga Privada Undercrown is the smoothest stogie I've enjoyed in a long time. It's a keeper!
By William on Sep 17, 2015
Liga Privada Undercrown Robusto by Drew Estate is rated
4.7 out of
5 based on
3 customer ratings.