Kentucky Fire Cured is not something new to the world of tobacco, as it has been grown for over 200 years. Easily compared to the smokey taste attributed to a peaty scotch, the KFC picks up nuances of the roasted hickory, oak or maple wood
In addition to the fire cured tobaccos of Kentucky and Dark Fire Cured of Virginia, we are finishing the two year project of our fire cured tobaccos from another country which DE will not disclose until a time closer to the actual release of the brand. We’ll just say this: they don’t speak English, Italian or Spanish in this region of the world.
Creativity and Drew Estate go hand in hand, and nowhere is this more apparent than with MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured.
This is an extension of the My Uzi Weighs a Ton brand, and as with other collaborations between Drew Estate and Joya de Nicaragua, the cigars are being rolled at the JdN factory. The idea comes from Drew Estate co-founder Jonathan Drew and has been in the works for more than two years. The leaves used for the blend are Kentucky fire-cured rather than air-cured, which imparts a unique smoky taste that's unlike anything else on the market.
MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured is a great example of an experiment gone right. The tobacco utilized is stalk-cut, and then fired at a low heat until the ideal brown color is achieved. The resulting taste is full of nuances including roasted hickory, oak, and maple wood that will have your taste buds singing in delight. The cigars are being offered in three sizes, each with retro Americana bands that add to the overall appeal.
56 x 5