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Drew Estate Feral Flying Pig



Brand: Drew Estate

Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Viso

Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina

Filler: Nicaraguan

Strength: Medium – Full

Size: Double Figurado 5.5 x 60

Price: $16.00


This is a fatty stogie. The wrapper is a really nice dark chocolate brown with visible lines. It smells amazingly sweet with a hint of spice. The cold draw has a nice cognac sweetness to it and hits with some pepper. The standout feature here is the pigtail cap that just sets the cigars theme up perfectly. Along with the pigtail cap, the band gets special treatment with “FERAL” printed on it.

First puffs– Right away there is a blast of pepper and dry cedar. There is a bit of cocoa sweetness as well. The draw starts out slow but is building.
First third– The pepper is fading in and out, intertwining with the cocoa. The smoothness falls in line with the others in the Ünico Serie line, it’s amazing. Seriously this is almost cigar heaven.
Second third– Still the same flavors. Although it is a bit musty in flavor at the halfway point. The mixture of flavors is so tasty. This cigar is smoking like chimney, just puffing along. The smoothness and draw are flawless.


Final third– Spices have gotten stronger but the smoothness is and creaminess are still there and this cigar is smoking like a champ.

Overall another successful cigar in this series. Really you cant go wrong with any of the cigars in the Unico/Liga line. The Feral Flying Pig does stand out a bit more for its cocoa creaminess though. I found this to be a cigar that I could smoke almost all the time.

To find out more about this cigar visit Drew Estates and tweet @drewestatecigar

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