Undercrown Sun Grown – Cigar Review

Undercrown Sun Grown

Size – Gordo

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Sumatra Sun Grown

Tobacco Blend – Honduras, Nicaraguan

Pricing – $8.40

Body – Full

Construction/Appearance:

​The band is red and gold with the standard Undercrown logo. Foot band is the same color palate but says “sun grown”.

Cigar is a beautiful tan leather-like color, almost like a baseball glove. Smooth wrapped minimal to no veins or seams and a double cap.

Pre-Light:

Aroma – Tangy Cedar and Barnyard

Type of Cut – V-Cut

Cold Draw – Cedar, Hay and Nuts

After Toast:

First third – ​​Initially, creamy vanilla and salt like notes are heavy on the palate. A slight pepper lingers on the finish. A baking spice, almost a nutmeg cinnamon hybrid, begins to form about 10 minutes in. Burn is razor sharp. Ash is light gray and holding strong.

Second Third – ​Body moves to medium here and the vanilla takes the stage with some cream and coffee notes. Baking spices are still present on the finish. Pepper dies off. Burn remains sharp. Ash fell off at the 2.5-inch mark.

Final Third – The nutty notes take the stage and pepper comes back into play along with heavier baking spice presence. Burn remained razor sharp.

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Lange Pinot Noir

Scotch – Glenmorangie

Overall Experience:

The Undercrown Sun Grown is a beautiful release from Drew Estate Undercrown. I really enjoyed this smoke and it has now become one of my favorites. The flavors are unmatched and balanced to the point where it leaves me speechless. This cigar for the money is a homerun.

Ratings:

N/A

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

Undercrown Sun Grown