Size: Petit Corona
Length: 4″ / 102mm
Wrapper: San Andreas Maduro
The My Uzi Weighs A Ton (MUWAT) blend was created by Drew Estate and JDN working together on this cigar. Subculture Studios did the art work. Brazilian Mata Fina Oscuro, Nicaraguan Esteli Ligero, Nicaraguan Seco Jalapa and Nicaraguan Viso Condega longfillers are framed in CT Broadleaf Maduro binders, and wrapped in San Andreas Negro wrappers to create these MUWAT.
The wrapper on the bait fish is a very smooth, vein free, Maduro leaf. The construction is very good with every one I’ve smoked and the bunching was done exceptionally well considering this is a 44 gauge cigar. Once I clipped the end the cold draws produce a toffee leather taste to the mouth, with a slight spice to the finish.
The first third is full of black coffee notes. There is also some baking cocoa, and a spice lingers in the finish. From time to time you get woody flavours like cedar and oak. This smoke burns very well. The cigar has no soft spots and is producing a great draw.
The second third begins to produce some more flavours. I still can taste the spice on the finish. Some new flavours coming into the picture bread with a sour cherry flavour combined with cocoa made it almost like smoking a “black forest cake”. I could let this smoke sit for 2-3 minutes between puffs and it would stay going strong. A sharp burn continues and the smoke produced is almost at a Liga level. Most of the cigars I smoked for the review I had the ash hold for the first half at least.
The final third begins to really put in that powerhouse of strength from the flavours in the MUWAT blend. The coffee notes continue to build on with spice. The finish is a brown sugar, almost toffee like which coats the mouth with a hint of spice to the lips.
My final thoughts are that this has to be the best MUWAT in terms of quality of smoke, flavours present and the size makes for a perfect quick cigar. A great medium to full bodied shorty that is sure to please a lot of Drews customers.
Final score 90/100