Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Series - Dirty Rat
The Liga Privada Dirty Rat is a very interesting creation by the famous Drew Estate Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The wrapper is the same as the T52, a Stalk Cut and Cured, Connecticut Sungrown Habana capa. A bold smoke with a spicy and peppery profile. Its Connecticut Sun-grown Habano wrapper covers a Brazilian binder and a Nicaraguan and Honduran filler. Handmade in Nicaragua, the Liga Privada Unico Dirty Rat was the first cigar released under the Unicos Serie line.
- Size: 5" (127mm)
- Ring Gauge: 44
- Strength: Full
- Vitola: Corona Extra
- Country: Nicaragua
- Wrapper: USA Connecticut Shade
- Binder: Brazil
- Filler: Dominican Republic, Honduras
Drew Estate cigars
Drew Estate was at first set up to fail, with little to know money or backing Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel started a 16 square foot retail Kiosk in the World Trade Center in New York city. Not to take anything cautiously in 1998 Jonathan Drew took a leap of face and moved to Esteli in Nicaragua. Here he had hopes of reinvigorating the cigar world. With a handful of rollers and distinct lack of Capital. In NY Marvin was hard at work begging for finance from every source open to him; Parents, cousins, friends even shady people. Over time there began a trickle of new cigar blends from Esteli made there way to the Kiosk in NY and when these strange unknown cigars began appearing in the hands of influential business man and celebrities the brand jumped in popularity. Today the roll some of The finest non Cuban cigars made and posses the grandest Cigar factory in Central America.