Deadwood Sweet Jane Review
The Drew Estate line of Deadwood cigars have become one of the most popular non-traditional premium cigars in America. Named after the town of Deadwood, South Dakota where they were originally crafted, these unique and totally awesome smokes have been a hit since their launch in 2012.
These cultish non-traditional sizes are part of a group called the Yummy Bitches (Fat Bottom Betty, Crazy Alice, and Sweet Jane) that all arrived with similar blends, tweaked to fit each unique size. These bewitching Deadwood sisters use aromatic maduro wrappers and exotic concoctions of binder/filler tobaccos from the company's prized vaults to produce one of a kind smoking experiences that are simply a treat for any palate.
Sweet Jane Corona Gorda
The 5x46 Sweet Jane Corona is covered in a dark and oily Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper that carries with it smooth notes of spice, mocha, and earth. The mellowness of this medium-bodied stick will appeal to both the seasoned smoker and those new to the world of cigars.
These one-of-a-kind stogies are the perfect addition to your humidor or for sharing with friends. They are available in boxes of 20 and 5-packs, and are a must-have for anyone looking to experience this offbeat brand. With a variety of price points and an assortment of blends to choose from, there's something for everyone in this line! Order your boxes of Deadwood Sweet Jane today and get ready for a wild and delicious ride.