To begin with the Tabak Especial review, these cigars start their production journey with an aged blend of Nicaraguan Criollo long-filler tobaccos paired with a flavorful Sumatran binder in your choice of a silky, golden-brown Connecticut shade, or a super dark Connecticut broadleaf Maduro wrapper. Both wrapper styles are cured for two years before the Connecticut shade leaf is placed on the Dulce line and Connecticut broadleaf on the Negra selection.
For the final step, both the Negra and Dolce cigars are slowly infused with the finest Nicaraguan estate-grown Nicaraguan coffee beans, resulting in a warm, inviting, and aromatic experience that rivals the aroma of a gourmet coffee shop.
Tabak Especial Dulce cigars provide rich tobacco flavors layered with savory espresso notes and a touch of milk, while the Negra adds a healthy dose of chocolate to the flavor profile. Both blends are medium-bodied in strength and boast the top-notch construction and slow-burn you’ve come to expect from every Drew Estate offering.
In addition, for those looking to take their coffee to go, Tabak Especial by Drew Estate features two tinned selections rolled in a 4 x32 size. Tabak Especial by Drew Estate Cafecita cigars provides warm and creamy smooth coffee and heavy cream flavors, while those who prefer their “Joe” a bit darker and bolder will love the Dark Roast Cafecita cigars. These little firecrackers coat the palate with robust notes of sweet spice, dark chocolate, and espresso.