Ok so this is a cigar made from the Scraps of Drew Estates premium range, lets see what it has to offer.
First impressions were that it was a little dry and crunchy when pressed. Most likely a fault from storage but the tip came apart a little as you can see in the photo. Opened with a punch as usual.
A sweet barnyard scent was welcoming, taste was the same for the cold draw which was a little on the light side.
Once lit there was an intense hit of spice with a hint of earth. After a while the spice calms and earth takes centre stage ending with a slight sweetness.
Just past the half way mark the sweetness faded into bitter spice which was overwhelming. Not so enjoyable, yes I get this is meant to be a budget cigar not that there is such a thing here in Australia.
Not a fan 😦