Drew Estate My Uzi Weighs a Ton 6x60 - Mazo of 10

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A partnership of Drew Estate’s Subculture Studio and the legendary team at Joya de Nicaragua was bound to deliver a unique “outside the box” smoke and the stunning fruit of their effort is truly one of a kind! The My Uzi Weighs A Ton Toro is a thick and tasty smoke that will titillate the taste-buds like never before!

The My Uzi Weighs A Ton (MUWAT) is a hearty 6” x 60 cigar jam-packed with lush Mata Fina filler tobaccos from Brazil that are held by a Ecuadorian Connecticut binder leaf. Shrouding it all is a leathery Maduro wrapper leaf from the fertile soil of San Andreas, Mexico. The resulting over an hour smoke will simply blow you away with lusciousness!

Once the MUWAT gets going, thick earth and spice notes ooze onto the palate while wood and pepper flavors slowly emerge. A central ribbon of dark chocolate teases the senses as the medium-to-full bodied smoke cruises towards a broadly textured, sweet and long-lasting finish.

Available in mazos of 10 scrumptious cigars, the My Uzi Weighs A Ton is a mouthwatering smoke that will please experienced connoisseurs, as well as casual aficionados looking for energetic smokes with character. Sit back and savor the captivating MUWAT experience, an experience like no other!

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Blend My Uzi Weighs a Ton
Cigar Shape Gordo
Length & Gauge 6.0" x 60
Strength Medium-Full
Origin Nicaragua
Wrapper Maduro
Filler Brazilian, Nicaraguan
Binder Connecticut Broadleaf
Avg Smoke Time 1 - 1.5 Hours
Pack Size Ten Cigars
Brand Drew Estate
Price Per Cigar $7.40


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