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Old 07-04-2018, 01:39 AM   #1
Don Fernando
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Default MUWAT Baitfish Gary

This undercrown spin-off was originally named Ďmy uzií but when Jonathan Drew got his hands on the cigar he noticed the weight and said Ďmy uzi weighs a toní, which happens to be a song from fellow New Yorkers Public NME and that name stuck.

At first the line was ment to be a 60 ring gauge line with a 5◊60, 6◊60 and 7◊60 but the market demanded thinner sizes to Drew Estate released a corona, named Corona Viva and a 4◊44 named after JDís father Gary, baitfish Gary. And I met Gary on several occasions, at Jonathanís House in Miami, at the factory in EstelŪ, Nicaragua and at the Intertabac trade show in Dortmund Germany where he gave me this cigar to smoke.

The wrapper is dark and feels leathery, it has a tough look on it. The ring is cool, black with silver text all over it, and a lot of text in different size fonts, vertical instead of horizontal. The cigar feels evenly packed, has a well rounded head and a a decent triple cap. The aroma is medium full and reminds me of wet woods after a rainfall mixed with stable aromas.

I cut the cigar with my Xikar butterfly cutter. The cold draw is good and I taste a spicy, meaty raisin flavor. After lighting I taste a sweet yet strong coffee. After a few puffs I taste a spicy dry cedar with cinnamon and vanilla. Halfway the cigar is spicy with some lemon, cinnamon, vanilla and pepper.


The draw is great and the smoke is typical Drew Estate, thick, full and extremely much. The burn is pretty straight and the white ash is dense and firm. This cigar is medium full bodied and flavored. The smoke time is forty minutes.
Would I buy this cigar again? Iím glad I have a few five packs.

Score: 92

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