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Undercrown Dogma Cigar Review | Drew Estate | Cigar Dojo | LeeMack912

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Drew Estate & Cigar Dojo created Undercrown Dogma. Mexican San Andres wrapper, Connecticut Stalk-Cut Habano binder, Nicaraguan & Brazilian Mata Fina fillers. LeeMack912 Reviews.

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Miami, FL – Drew Estate announced today their plans to release a new size within their Undercrown cigar line. The size will be called Undercrown “Dogma”, and has been created to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the online community Cigar Dojo. The blend of “Dogma” is based on the Undercrown Corona ¡Viva! and is comprised of Mexican San Andreas wrapper, Connecticut Stalk-Cut Habano binder, and Nicaraguan & Brazilian Mata Fina fillers. The “Dogma” will come in a 6 x 56 box-pressed vitola.

When asked about the “Dogma” project, Jonathan Drew said, “we have been major supporters of Cigar Dojo from the beginning. A handful of Drew Estate employees, myself included, are Dojo members, and we have always been floored by the support Drew Estate has received on the app and website. When Eric (owner of Cigar Dojo) approached us about coming up with this special commemorative cigar, it was a no-brainer. My dad, “Baitfish” Gary, came up with the name ‘Dogma’.”

The “Dogma” will be a limited run of 10-count bundles, and will be sold exclusively through Smoke Inn, a South Florida cigar retail chain, owned by Abe Debabneh. For those based outside of Florida, the cigars will be available through Smoke Inn’s web store. The “Dogma” will be priced at $9.95 MSRP per single and $99.50 MSRP per 10-count bundle.

The flavor profile of the “Dogma” aligns with that of the Corona ¡Viva!, featuring notes of cocoa, earth, and a rich spicy character. If you enjoy the Corona ¡Viva! but would like a longer, 56 ring gauge smoke, the “Dogma” will be a new favorite.

In tandem with the release of the new “Dogma” size, Drew Estate will be running a social campaign and giveaway through their website which will allow consumers to try the cigar before it hits the market. To enter, visit http://drewestate.com/dojodogma. Unfortunately, the giveaway is not available in MA, MI, and VA due to anti-tobacco promotion laws within those states.

The Undercrown “Dogma” will be available for pre-order Friday, March 28th, 2014, through SmokeInn.com. In the meantime, make sure to enter Drew Estate’s “5 Days of ‘Dogma’” giveaway for your chance to try the cigar before anyone else in the country. If you have any questions, please contact Drew Estate’s Public & Media Relations representative, Johnny Brooke, at jbrooke (at) drewestate (dot) com.

About Drew Estate:

Founded in New York City in 1996 by two former college fraternity brothers who shared a dream to become world-class cigar makers. Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel led Drew Estate to become one of the largest and fastest growing cigar companies in the world. Under their mantra “The Rebirth of Cigars”™ Drew Estate has defied the odds by innovating new elements to the cigar industry with their unique tobaccos and blending styles that have attracted new and old cigar enthusiasts. In their Gran Fabrica Drew Estate, their Nicaraguan headquarters, Drew Estate produces successful brands such as ACID, Herrera Estelí, Java by Drew Estate, Kentucky Fired Cured, Liga Privada, MUWAT, Natural, Nica Rustica, Tabak Especial and UnderCrown.

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16 Comments

  1. Never heard of this cigar. I like the velvet rat quite a bit. I'll have to find a 5er. Thanks for the review Lee. That limited edition is bullshit, they do that to make us think they are rare, like with the velvet rats. Last year they were hard to find, this year they are everywhere. When I see the words "limited edition" I immediately get skeptical.

  2. Sounds like big difference between it and the undercrown maduro. Super vitamin N. I'l have to try that one. Peace and Blessings brother. Always good to check you out.

  3. Another great video Brother. I agree with the Nat Sherman thing. I have 1 75th anniversary that I'm gonna have to smoke because it's that good but that will be about it for me with them. Not a big fan of a lot of their smokes anyway lol. I do love that DOGMA tho hahaaaaa CHEERS BRO 🎩👌🏾💨💯🙏🏾

  4. Glad you liked the stick, nice video as always fam

  5. Another great review brother have a great week and day!

  6. Two questions I would like to ask brother. First off though I like to say, I love the wisdom you share. Thank you so much for that. Now my questions. Did you talk about your trip to New York on this episode, if you did I miss it? And can you do a review on the Java Mint Cigar box press by Drew Estates in the new future. GOD Bless…

  7. Another great review, and I always enjoy reading comments, appreciate the heads up on Nat Sherman. I may have missed, but are you rolling your own, your video series pushed me to go ahead and start, man it’s awesome when you hit on a good blend having made it yourself! Thanks brother

  8. Gotta stick to your principles indeed.. #1 reason why I refuse to buy anything from Thompson ever again. They have enticing deals but one bad experience can ruin a good thing. I like to keep it local anyway. Nothing but B&M stix for me. Unless of course they are gifted lol

  9. Good show on this good Sunday

  10. I hope this isn't a dumb question, but what happened with Nat Sherman?

  11. Hey brotha Mack good review and great life lessons. Keep them coming and have another great day

  12. They could at least change the band and give the "inspired by" B.S. speech…. Had a "special" stick released up here last year, only in Canada and only for the 150th birthday of the country…. They re-released it this year….
    Watching with a Caldwell – Long Live the King… and loving it.

  13. Watching this while smoking a My Father Antiquidad, and somebody interrupted both by shooting a mugger 30 ft from me…I tell you brother, you never know when it's time to meet the maker, so we just gotta smoke good smokes and live an honest life and see what happens.

  14. I’m a member so I get a little discount on new releases!! But I didn’t get a apology either but thought it was a good smoke

  15. I got the same shirt fam!! I’m so glad your video posted I needed a distraction from the panthers gear

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