Drew Estate Liga Privada Unico Feral Flying Pig Cigar Review
This 5 3/8×60 semi-perfecto features a rich dark chocolate mottled wrapper with a slight red hue, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, pigtail cap, even firm pack, smooth oily feel and a faint sweet hay aroma. First light reveals a slightly snug draw with good smoke output showing mild musty tobacco flavors and a slight earthy finish. The first third opens the draw to normal right away, producing a good volume of light air smoke with mild-medium wood and slightly sweet earthy notes and a short smooth finish. Starting the 2nd third 30 minutes in, flavors are still unchanged, very one dimensional and plain. Construction is perfect with a razor sharp burn, copious amounts of light smoke and a smooth finish. Dropping the ash 50 minutes in just past the 1/2 way point, the only shift is the body up to a medium and a longer finish. Ending at 1:15 where the nub got very hot, construction remained flawless and the only change to the body was a cream flavor joining in for the last 10 minutes. Thank you very much to viewer ‘walshy’ for sending this in for review!