In recent years, Drew Estate has been pumping out blend after award-winning blend. This is the latest in the Undercrown line – a line of upper shelf cigars with top shelf flavor, and an amazing presentation. The Undercrown Shade is flavorful and balanced that has an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper around a Sumatran binder and Dominican criollo 98’ and Nicaraguan corojo and criollo long-fillers. Mellow to medium-bodied, this blend is rich, complex, and balanced, bringing flavors of toast, nuts, subtle spice, and cream with an enjoyable sweetness with the finish.
Undercrown Shade Gran Toro (6×52)
$10.15 – $228.35
The Undercrown Shade offers a new take on one of Drew Estate’s most popular lines of cigars. It comes with a proprietary wrapper that makes it the only cigar of it’s kind! Don’t pass up the opportunity to smoke this blend!
SKU: N/A Categories: Drew Box Bonanza, Undercrown, Undercrown Shade Tags: Connecticut, Drew Estate, Medium body, Nicaraguan, Sungrown
|Dimensions||6.0 × 1.0 × 1.0 in|
Single, 5 Pack, Box of 25
8 reviews for Undercrown Shade Gran Toro (6×52)
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Hwansik Kim (verified owner) –
I’ve smoked many premium cigars from Cubans to expensive lines like Opus X, Padron 1926, and Liga number 9.
This cigar somehow is the only cigar I rated 99/100. It’s very flavorful, perfect amount of nicotine, affordable price tag, and perfect construction. I have smoked in toro size and I am about to try robusto size as well.
Flavors I get are cedar, roast nuts, sweetness, coffee. I get sweet cinnamon and white pepper for the retrohale
This is an amazing cigar
tmcgi93 (verified owner) –
Wouldn’t recomend unless you like to suck a golf ball through a hose. I would compare it to the Olivia Serie O great tobacco and would love to see what it tastes like. But even after poking it with a tool so there was a gaping hole through this stick I still had trouble getting a draw. It felt like the tobacco was actively expanding while I was smoking it and I could physically feel the clog moving with the burn.
Stephen Malcomson –
Band: lucern, pine wood
Cold draw: dry straw
1st: cane grass sweet, salted cashew, bitter white pepper.
Whole grain bread
2nd: toasted vanilla and caramel, bbq wood smoke
3rd: liquorice bitter and dry, fire ash finish.
Love this cigar. Definitely delivers smooth creaminess with hints of almond. One of my favorite Connecticut’s that I always keep on hand.
David Jennings –
Mild isn’t typically in my wheelhouse, but I was impressed with this stick. The first third is all creaminess – almond butter with some confectioners sugar. Second third introduces some pleasant baking spice, while the final third adds some woodiness. Pair it with black coffee and you’ll be good to go! Quite pleased with the purchase.
Just started this wonderful hobby and received the Gran Toro in a sampler. By far the BEST one in that sampler. So glad I went for it. A close second was the Oliva Connecticut Reserve, but the Undercrown was the star of the bunch. So smooth and creamy, delicious and consistent, I loved it.
I have also tried some Macanudos, Factory Smokes and other Olivas and this bad boy is my favorite! Definitely will have a section of the humidor all to itself. Thank you CD!!!
William Elliott (verified owner) –
I definitely felt like a king smoking this! I was almost at 2 hours on this toro size. Very dense stick. You can feel the weight of it and worth the price. Spice was nice and got more powerful by the end but never took over. Touch of cinnamon to keep it smooth. Main notes i got were dark earth, medium woods, almonds, and savory bread consistent and balanced and increased in strength. Lovely medium cigar!
Isaac Mittendorf (verified owner) –
Perfection of Connecticut Shade. Burn and construction were sharp. Wonderful nutty flavors and mild coffee. Loads of smoke production. One of my favorite Connecticuts.