Drew Estate Nica Rustica El Brujito Cigar Review
This 6×52 stick features a dark brown mottled wrapper with a red hue, buttery soft smooth oily wrapper with a lumpy spongy pack. The cap is a 1/2 pigtail while the foot is closed. It has small veins, tight invisible seams and a faint pepper and hay aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with copious amounts of full bodied smoke giving smooth oily flavors of chocolate earth and pepper especially through the long finish. The first third continues the exact same performance and profile, pouring off the trademark DE smoke even from the foot in the ashtray. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 30 minutes things are largely unchanged. The chocolate on the draw has turned sweeter, performance is still perfect and the ash drops in a solid chunk. Finishing the last third out at the hour mark, flavors are still the same but past the band a huge full strength rush kicked in making me sweat, nauseous and light headed. Beware lol! Thank you very much to Drew Estate for sending this sample in for review!