"My Uzi Weighs A Ton" Bait Fish
Size: 4.0 x 44
Wrapper: San Andreas Negro (from Drew Estate)
Binder: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade (from Drew Estate)
Filler: Brazilian Mata Fina (Drew Estate), Nicaraguan (from Joya de Nicaragua)
Steve Laster gave me one of these cigars from a Drew Estate event at Tinder Box. I know little of Drew Estate's offerings beyond The Egg and their various assortments of flavored cigars. I had never heard of MUWAT, nor even the "Subculture Studios" mini-brand extension, but this has apparently become a hot commodity this year.
I smoked the cigar while grilling chicken, burgers, salmon, and corn on the cob. A very rich, spicy cigar with pronounced earthy Nicaraguan tobacco. A great kick like a Don Pepin: short but potent. The burn was impeccable, with a pronounced heavy aftertaste. The small size only lended itself to a 15-minute smoke.
Recommend pairing with a high-end sourmash bourbon such as Belle Meade. Drew Estate produces these in conjunction with Joya de Nicragua. Worth another try in a larger vitola.