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Dirt You can really taste the earth in this smoke but also has mouthwatering flavors of an entire range of spices but none to be overwhelming. Found these to go great with a hoppy brew 4 5 1
Dirt This Drew has crazy label. I love this format. Taste is a little bit specific but good. In my opinion 8/10 4 5 1
Dirt They draw and consistently taste like dirt good name for a nasty cigar that's my opinion give a good cigar company a bad name with this line if stogies 4 5 1
Dirt Got a few of these in a sampler. Very smooth and incredible flavors of chocolate and coffee. 4 5 1
Dirt Dirt isn't my favorite Drew Estates but Acid and Kentucky are hard act's to follow Great wrapper and mouth but not as interesting 4 5 1
Dirt Crazy weird tastes from the wrapper that stays on the lips. Great cigar for the beginner 3 5 1
Dirt That natural dirt is now being renamed laratan dirt due to not being able to use the name natural because of expected regulations on such a name 5 5 1
Dirt This is a wonderful cigar lots of flavor and smoke definitely one I will always have in the humidor! 5 5 1
Dirt Nicely made little stick this is a good sweet stick if you like sugary sweet honey flavor and infused personally I felt it was too sweet 3 5 1
Dirt The natural blend is certainly unique as advertised there are a multitude of tobacco's from different areas in this Blend. I am not a fan of sweetened caps and I feel this would be better suited without the Splenda like buttery sweetness on the cap 3 5 1
Dirt The natural dirt is so good great stick really suprised me and the taste was a shocker wasnt expecting much 4 5 1
Dirt Surprisingly tasty and flavorful despite its odd name. I enjoyed smoking it initially although I have found some other drew estate blends that I like better 5 5 1
Dirt I was hesitant because of Drew Estates reputation for flavored cigars..one of your sales people suggested this..not bad..a hint of coffee..well constructed and flavorful.. 5 5 1
Dirt Another great Stix from drew estates! Great looking cigar .flavor spot on..draw an smoke nice an enjoyable smoke 5 5 1
Dirt This is a very nice sweeter cigar that was extremely tasty and relaxing. This is another sick that I will definitely pick up again! 5 5 1
Dirt Sweet wrapper. Draw was easy enough and it had a firm grey ash. The flavor was medium body with a nutty taste. Very nice cigar. 4 5 1
Dirt This is my new go to. Great flavor and good for any occasion. Good size for colder weather. 4 5 1
Dirt This was okay for what it is not a huge fan of infused cigars but it was just okay 3 5 1
Dirt The natural is a different kind of cigar that's for sure. The only downside to these is the artificial sweetened cap which mostly disappears after the 1/3. Otherwise these carry some very unique flavors 4 5 1
Dirt I hate this ciger Bottom line it is sweet and sugary and I didn't like it. I love Drew estate but hate this. 1 5 1
Dirt Sweet and tasty but not as sweet as a few years ago. When this line first came out the Dirt was one of my favorite cigars. But lately it seems they've changed the recipe and it has hurt the flavor... 4 5 1
Dirt Great smoke great draw sweet a keeper 4 5 1
Dirt A decent smoke. Thick plumes of smoke and a very sweet mix of flavors with some earthy and chocolate tones. 4 5 1
Dirt This natural dirt was a good solid smoke I would say medium to full flavor the smoke was smooth and flavorful earthiness great construction 5 5 1
Dirt Very sweet. A good mild smoke. Fragment scent. Nice for when you want something mild and sweet. 5 5 1
Dirt You can really taste the earth in this smoke but also has mouthwatering flavors of an entire range of spices but none to be overwhelming. Found these to go great with a hoppy brew 4 5 1
Dirt This Drew has crazy label. I love this format. Taste is a little bit specific but good. In my opinion 8/10 4 5 1
Dirt They draw and consistently taste like dirt good name for a nasty cigar that's my opinion give a good cigar company a bad name with this line if stogies 4 5 1
Dirt Got a few of these in a sampler. Very smooth and incredible flavors of chocolate and coffee. 4 5 1
Dirt Dirt isn't my favorite Drew Estates but Acid and Kentucky are hard act's to follow Great wrapper and mouth but not as interesting 4 5 1
Dirt Crazy weird tastes from the wrapper that stays on the lips. Great cigar for the beginner 3 5 1
Dirt That natural dirt is now being renamed laratan dirt due to not being able to use the name natural because of expected regulations on such a name 5 5 1
Dirt This is a wonderful cigar lots of flavor and smoke definitely one I will always have in the humidor! 5 5 1
Dirt Nicely made little stick this is a good sweet stick if you like sugary sweet honey flavor and infused personally I felt it was too sweet 3 5 1
Dirt The natural blend is certainly unique as advertised there are a multitude of tobacco's from different areas in this Blend. I am not a fan of sweetened caps and I feel this would be better suited without the Splenda like buttery sweetness on the cap 3 5 1
Dirt Surprisingly tasty and flavorful despite its odd name. I enjoyed smoking it initially although I have found some other drew estate blends that I like better 5 5 1
Dirt The natural dirt is so good great stick really suprised me and the taste was a shocker wasnt expecting much 4 5 1
Dirt I was hesitant because of Drew Estates reputation for flavored cigars..one of your sales people suggested this..not bad..a hint of coffee..well constructed and flavorful.. 5 5 1
Dirt Another great Stix from drew estates! Great looking cigar .flavor spot on..draw an smoke nice an enjoyable smoke 5 5 1
Dirt This is a very nice sweeter cigar that was extremely tasty and relaxing. This is another sick that I will definitely pick up again! 5 5 1
Dirt Sweet wrapper. Draw was easy enough and it had a firm grey ash. The flavor was medium body with a nutty taste. Very nice cigar. 4 5 1
Dirt This is my new go to. Great flavor and good for any occasion. Good size for colder weather. 4 5 1
Dirt This was okay for what it is not a huge fan of infused cigars but it was just okay 3 5 1
Dirt The natural is a different kind of cigar that's for sure. The only downside to these is the artificial sweetened cap which mostly disappears after the 1/3. Otherwise these carry some very unique flavors 4 5 1
Dirt I hate this ciger Bottom line it is sweet and sugary and I didn't like it. I love Drew estate but hate this. 1 5 1
Dirt Sweet and tasty but not as sweet as a few years ago. When this line first came out the Dirt was one of my favorite cigars. But lately it seems they've changed the recipe and it has hurt the flavor... 4 5 1
Dirt Great smoke great draw sweet a keeper 4 5 1
Dirt A decent smoke. Thick plumes of smoke and a very sweet mix of flavors with some earthy and chocolate tones. 4 5 1
Dirt This natural dirt was a good solid smoke I would say medium to full flavor the smoke was smooth and flavorful earthiness great construction 5 5 1
Dirt Very sweet. A good mild smoke. Fragment scent. Nice for when you want something mild and sweet. 5 5 1

Larutan by Drew Estate

Dirt 4 × 43 NATD

Rolled in its popular 4 x 43 size, Larutan by Drew Estate Dirt cigars pair premium Nicaraguan cigar leaves with traditional black pipe tobaccos from Syria, Turkey, Haiti, and St. James Parish Louisiana, to bridge the gap between cigar smoking and pipe smoking enjoyment.  Hearty notes of wood, mesquite, white pepper, cocoa, and earth deliver an intensely delicious and unique smoking experience that you won’t find in a traditionally blended handmade cigar.

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43

Parejo

Connecticut Broadleaf

Various

Various

Nicaragua

Medium

Maduro

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