Kentucky Fire Cured
Chunky · 4 × 46 KFCC
Bundle of 10
5 ACID Route 10 Cigars valued at $33.75 with purchase!
Medium Brown / EMS
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2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
weird and great
Jdawg on 03/05/15
I promise you won't have ever had anything like this. Real old timey cured tobacco that smells and tastes like smoked BBQ wood chips. I wouldn't want a humidor full of these things but for an occasional treat-just awesome.
KFC by Drew Estate
B3210L on 06/13/15
Wasn't sure what to thing when I heard drew estate was coming out with a fire cured cigar. The practice of fire curing tobacco seemed odd but figured why not give it a try. Was surprised by the flavor. Smoke on smoke but in an enjoyable way. Bourbon is a good pairing
Wildly smokey transitions to awesome!
Kidcolt on 05/28/15
Very strong smokey smell right out of the wrapper that I'm pretty sure could be used as a smelling salt substitute. But it has A great draw and the tobacco is fantastic definitely a high quality smoke. I second the motion that I wouldn't want a full chest of these but what a great change up!
Cipher on 06/05/15
Definitely unique. My brother and I had one of these the other day. Taking it out of the cello almost turns you away. You are hit with loud aromas of hickory. Luckily the smoking experience is much more mild and pleasant the the aroma. If you like hickory smoked food then give it a try. You won't be disappointed.
Great cigar!! :)
Cigarfreak87 on 08/02/15
So when I smoked this cigar I had no idea what it was. A buddy of mine came over and handed it to me unbanded and told me to give it a try. Besides it being such a large ring gauge I really enjoyed it! So give it a ahot
haze280 on 06/25/15
I really enjoyed the KFC and have bought at least a 5 pack or two since. Construction and draw were spot on. The flavor is really were the KFC line differs. It has a very distinct smoked wood flavor. Definitely worth a try.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Powerful smokey smell
spewak on 02/16/15
This potent smokey little stick is so overwhelming at first release from the cellophane that one is taken aback. It is a stick that once you recover from the smell of the wrapper actually smells good and smokes really well. Another Drew Estate winner.
KFC finger licking good
CigarJunkie on 10/03/15
Excellent Cigar as far as construction, concept, price. I'm just not on to the flavor that much. For me, the flavor of burnt firewood was overwhelming. Could've been me. But it's worth a shot at it.
If you've never had fire cured this is for you
hammerman on 09/10/15
This is not a cigar for everyone, I enjoyed it very much but it's hit or miss. Great smokey flavor like a campfire. Solid construction was an enjoyable smoke. I need to get more.
Not for me
Mlh on 09/08/15
I know a lot of guys love them, but the flavor is just not for me. The aroma reminds me of Copenhagen straight chewing tobacco. The smoke isn't much better. I'd urge anyone to give it a shot, but I won't be smoking another
better thAn fried chicken
krunk on 09/05/15
I thought this was a great stick. I wasn't sure what to expect going in, but damn. I loved the earthiness and smokiness of this. lots of dry spices and a subtle spice note that lingers. Lots of flavOrs thru different stages of the cigar. a must try, esp if u wanna venture out of the norm and experiment.
Gotta love it.
Alex on 07/27/15
I come from Kentucky so I'm quite partial to these suckers. Delicious smoke, reminscent of an old BBQ mom-n-pop shop I worked at for a year in highschool. Also growing up around firecuring barns makes these bring back memories nothing else would bring. Always a fantastic smoke, especially for grilling or having a bonfire! Unfortunately a lot of people don't like the strong, different flavors these bring so I can't give it 100% 5-stars
mben342 on 07/21/15
Fasten your seatbelt and get comfortable for the ride. This cigar is to be enjoyed for a while. Intense, bold, and like no other. Deep tobacco notes with dark, earthy flavors. Fire up the BBQ, throw on a rack of ribs, and pop open that can of beer.
Kentucky Fire Cure Chunky
Mikek13 on 06/27/15
I was looking for a few nubs to fill a small portion of my humidor and grabbed a few of these I was so intrigued I lit one up in the smoke shop and after the first puff I knew why it v was incredible
Pokerbob63 on 04/28/16
The construction was a little off, but the draw was still good. The flavor? Unlike anything I've ever smoked. You know that funky taste that some Nicaraguans have? It's like that, but sweet and tangy, too. I got one in a sampler and really enjoyed it, but I don't think I would pay full price for these.
0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
KFC is a great change of pace, nothing else like it.
Jerusalemall on 06/13/15
Tastes less than it smells, but that's a good thing. this is a great cigar for once in a while, and won't be to everyone's liming, but I love the campfire meaty taste of this line, I grabbed a few maxis and never plan to not have a bunch on hand.
kentucky f***in cigar
Craig Smith on 06/10/15
Not going to beat around the bush here, i was kind of terrified about lighting this thing up. The smell out of the box was slightly intimidating. Once it got going though it mellowed out, still tasting of campfire but only slightly and intermittent. Good smoke output with decent flavor.
0402 on 02/29/16
First of all how is Lew? I read the reviews on this stick. The campfire smell almost turned me off but I got the Chunks 4x46. I was surprised. While it smelled like a campfire it didn't actually make me smell like a campfire. I put them in a separate H. Upmann box with the Boveda 69 pack it was shipped with. It has excellent draw, white ash, burns even. Smoke till my finger nails got burned. I plan on getting more. It is time for Lew to get his Chauffeured Lambo to take him to J.R.'s and write in an upcoming catalog.