Undercrown Sun Grown
Drew Estate's new Undercrown Sun Grown cigar is draped in a wrapper grown in the open sun of Ecuador. The Undercrown Sun Grown is enrobed in an Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper that is said to be grown in open sunlight. The cigar contains a stalk-cut binder from the Connecticut River Valley and filler from Nicaragua. According to the company, the cigar contains one leaf of aged ligero from the Nueva Segovia region of Nicaragua, which was added to the blend for strength. The cigar was crafted by Drew Estate master blender Willy Herrera and his team at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Nicaragua.