Drew Estate announced today that the company’s new 20 Acre Farm cigars are now available at retailers across the country.
The cigars were the subject of interest leading into the fall, with Drew Estate shipping out the mystery cigar (un-banded) to retailers, prompting their customers to participate in a virtual live event. Participants were not only entered to win sweepstakes prizes, but would witness the mystery cigar’s reveal live.
On Nov. 11th, the cigars were revealed as the 20 Acre Farm, positioned as an ultra-premium sister brand to Drew Estate’s former FSG collaboration with Jeff Borysiewicz and his defiant Florida Sun Grown tobacco farm, located in Central Florida’s town of Clermont. The cigar was named after the 20-acre size of the farm, where Borysiewicz has grown tobacco since 2013.
20 Acre Farm features an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, a sun-grown Honduran Habano binder, and fillers of Nicaragua (Estelí and Jalapa) and Florida (FSG Corojo).
“20 Acre Farm is a brand with both purpose and promise,” commented Jonathan Drew, founder and president of Drew Estate. “While many of ya’ll might think of Drew Estate as a bunch of roughneck reservoir dogs, this is really only partially true. We also have a very elegant side to us, a classy side if you will. The elegance of 20 Acre Farm is unquestionable, as that luxurious creamybomb coats the palate with layer after layer of butta and more butta. It’s just so smooth it’s crazy. The brand promise speaks to our love affair with this 20-acre plot of dirt in Florida that we continue to nourish year after year. Our brand promise is actually to the farm, kinda like that book about ‘the little engine that could.’ We’re simply in love with that farm.”
Drew Estate 20 Acre Farm is currently offered in three formats (5¼” x 54 Robusto, 6″ x 52 Toro, and 6″ x 60 Gordito), with prices ranging from $12.40 to $15.40 MSRP per cigar. The cigars are packaged in 20-count boxes and are now available from retailers across the U.S.