Drew Estate My Uzi Weighs A Ton Bait Fish Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 5, 2014
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Drew Estate My Uzi Weighs A Ton Bait Fish Cigar Review

This 4×44 petit corona sized stick features a dark chocolate very firmly packed wrapper with a slightly oily, very toothy feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams large double cap and pungent rich hay and chocolate aroma. First light reveals a bit of a snug draw with good thick medium bodied smoke output showing a smooth sweet metallic earth on the draw followed by a short finish. The first 1/2 keeps the earthy core but adds in a big meaty, substation bit through the draw with the body coming up a tick to medium-full. A bit of black pepper and tingle come in through the smooth finish with is growing longer. Ending at 40 minutes where the nub got very hot, it proved to have a consistent blend and great performance all the way through. Thank you very much to viewer Vinnie for sending this in to review!

  • Justin

    Kind of a 70’s porn theme going there at first. 🙂

    I probably would try one of these, but I just have a thing against cigars with dumb names…

    • Mikey Mazur

      I agree some of the names these guys come up with. And where the hell did the name come from seeing how no UZI in the world is even heavy but I digress I am with ya i hate some of the dumb names.

      • Whitelightning

        My theory on the name is that Jonathan Drew is probably a fan of Public Enemy….

        • Mikey Mazur

          I was thinking about that on my drive to the VA hosp. I knew I had heard it in a rap song long long ago but could not think of who sang it or the song

    • DrakeXD

      In case anyone is curious on the name, this is from Jonathan Drew written at http://drewestate.com/?portfolio=my-uzi-weighs-a-ton-cigars

      “The UZI story began on the very first final consumer blending session at the Joya de Nicaragua factory in late 2010 during a Cigar Safari tour. After conducting blending sessions for the previous 3 years at the Drew Estate factory we were amped up to extend the concept to JDN. I worked with the JDN team utilizing DE tobaccos, including a San Andreas Negro Wrapper, Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade Binder and hearty Brazilian Mata Fina Filler, coupled with Nicaraguan fillers provided by JDN. The blend proved to be rich and earthy, with a bright, sweet undertone. As months of blending passed, I felt this blend was most noble in the 6×60 format and began calling this cigar “The Uzi.” We all had a good laugh at the name, but when I went back to their factory to pick up the round of 50 sticks, I said, “Damn, My UZI’s Weighs a Ton!” – and the brand was officially born.

      Enjoy the “MUWAT”!”

  • yosef5

    Well a good review of a small cigar
    Thanks

  • ptyler

    Bought them as a quick winter smoke…a good choice for that purpose for those of us who get some chilly winters.

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