Drew Estate's My Uzi Weighs a Ton (MUWAT) line-up has a love/hate relationship with a lot of cigar smokers. Either you love these cigars or you hate them. The Kentucky Fire Cured brings American fire-cured tobacco from Kentucky and Virginia into the mix to differentiate it from the rest of the MUWAT line-up.
The Fat Molly is little porker at 5.0" x 56 in size and is considered by a lot of MUWAT fans the vitola of choice for this Kentucky Fire Cured blend. The blend itself uses a unique tobacco aging process where the tobacco is left to hang in specially-constructed barns that allow the tobacco to hang once the leaf is harvested. It's a centuries old process that helps deliver a slightly sweet flavor to each cigar along with notes of hickory, oak and you might even call that sweetness maple as you start to enjoy. The American tobacco leaves are accompanied by Brazilian Mata Fina and Nicaraguan long-filler tobacco that are nestled neatly inside a San Andres maduro wrapper.
It's probably not like anything you've tried before and with bundles of 10 and 5-packs available, now is the time to give them a try.