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Bundle cigars are very popular with a large segment of the cigar smoking public and it is a segment that Drew Estate has largely not been a part of for most the company’s history.

That all changed during the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, when the company showed off a line of bundle cigars named Factory Smokes by Drew Estate. The new brand is actually made up of four different blends, each of which uses a different wrapper over an Indonesian binder and mixed fillers from Indonesia: Sun Grown, Maduro, Shade and Sweet.

“Our expansion in the bundle business was a decision we did not take lightly,” said Jonathan Drew, the company’s co-founder and president, in a press release. “Bundles aren’t glamorous and the efficiency required to produce them effectively is not easily reached, which is why there aren’t a ton of entrants innovating in the value priced space. This is long overdue for Drew Estate, and when we reached the production scale required to compete we knew we wanted to do what we do, and disrupt the space with an innovative, deep value line of quality smokes for a broad set of thrifty individuals.”
Each of the four blends are being produced in the same four vitolas, and although there are a number of different prices, none of the cigars feature a retail price over $2.63. All of the cigars are being rolled at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Nicaragua, and each of the lines is packaged in bundles of 20:

Factory Smokes Sun Grown by Drew Estate Robusto (5 x 54) — $2 (Bundles of 20, $40)
Factory Smokes Sun Grown by Drew Estate Churchill (7 x 50) — $2.25 (Bundles of 20, $45)
Factory Smokes Sun Grown by Drew Estate Toro (6 x 52) — $2.13 (Bundles of 20, $42.50)
Factory Smokes Sun Grown by Drew Estate Belicoso (6 x 54) — $2.63 (Bundles of 20, $52.50)

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