Drew Estate Kentucky Fire Cured Sweets Fat Molly
Drew Estate isn’t known for making conventional cigars. All of their cigars demonstrate Jonathan Drew’s determination to break the mold when it comes to producing cigars. Fire-cured tobacco is produced by burning a variety of woods, hickory, oak and maple in the case of the KFC, inside the tobacco curing barns for several days or weeks to cure the tobacco and to infuse the leaves with smoky and peaty flavors.
Kentucky Fire Cured Sweets features Kentucky seed tobacco grown and fire cured in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, along with Nicaraguan fillers. The cigar is wrapped in a Mexican San Andres wrapper with a sweetened tip. The mouth feel on the cigar is like bacon maple goodness mixed with bourbon and barbecue.