Undercrown Maduro – Cigar Review

Undercrown Maduro

Size – Robosto

Wrapper – San Andreas Maduro

Tobacco Blend – Brazilian, Nicaraguan

Pricing – $6.28

Body – Medium +


​The band is navy blue and gold with the standard Undercrown logo.

The cigar has a dark chocolate color wrapper. The wrapper is velvety. There are a few veins evident and nearly invisible seams. Finished with a double cap.


Aroma – Barnyard and smoked wood like hickory.

Type of Cut – V-Cut

Cold Draw – Cedar and Molasses

After Toast:

First third – ​​Flavors of caramel coffee and spice kick off this third. A solid medium body start to this cigar. Burn is sharp. Ash is light gray.

Second Third – ​Flavors of caramel still carry over but a heavier wood component comes into play. Almost an oak sensation on the back of your palate. Moving to a fuller bodied smoke. Burn goes wavy and required a touch up. Ash fell off at the halfway point of the cigar.

Final Third – The spice takes the stage with coffee notes moving to the background. Finishes as fuller bodied cigar. Burn remained slightly wavy.

Suggested Pairing:

Bourbon – Bulleit

WineBelles Grives Morgon or Decoy Cabernet

Overall Experience:

The Undercrown Maduro is a great cigar with a touch of sweetness from Drew Estate Undercrown. A solid medium to full experience. Great cigar for someone looking to take that step to a fuller bodied cigar experience, but doesn’t want something too powerful. Overall a great value for the money on this Undercrown cigar.


Cigar Aficionado – 87-89pts.

About Drew Estate Undercrown –  http://drewestate.com/

Undercrown Maduro