Liga Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma

Since 2014 Drew Estate has released a version of the Liga Undercrown Dojo Dogma. It is a special edition cigar that pays tribute to the cigar aficionados who run the popular website “Cigar Dojo.” According to their site, Cigar Dojo aims to “present the best cigar reviews on the web”. This latest release uses the Undercrown Sun Grown, which was named Cigar of the Year for 2017 by Cigar Dojo. Handmade in Nicaragua, it is a full-bodied stick that sports a radiant red-hued Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed wrapper draped over a Connecticut Habano binder and a Nicaraguan filler. The Liga Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma is available in singles as well as 20-count collectible boxes that feature the Drew Estate and Cigar Dojo logos.
  • Cigar Origin
    Nicaragua
  • Strength
    Full
  • Wrapper Color
    Colorado
  • Wrapper
    Ecuadorian Sumatra-Seed
  • Binder
    Connecticut Habano
  • Filler
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Drew Estate
Robusto, Full, Colorado, from Nicaragua
Liga Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma 5 * 54
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About: Liga Undercrown Sun Grown Dojo Dogma 5" * 54
The Liga Undercrown Dojo Dogma Sun Grown uses a sun-grown Ecuadorian Sumatra seed wrapper, a stalk cut and cured Connecticut River Valley Habano leaf binder, and fillers from Nicaragua. Since 2014, Drew Estate has released a version of the Liga Undercrown Dojo Dogma. It is a special edition cigar that pays tribute to the cigar aficionados who run the popular website “Cigar Dojo.” When I lit the cigar, the first draw delivered a mix of natural tobacco and fruit sweetness. There were also some notes of earth and a slight tingly spice. During the first third, I found notes of natural tobacco sweetness, earth, and red pepper. The natural tobacco notes quickly took on more earth and wood. The red pepper receded to the background. I also detected a mix of red pepper and wood on the retro hale. During the second third, the woody notes started to increase in intensity. At the same time, the natural tobacco slowly moved to woody notes. In the final third, I noticed the woody notes were still in control. The pepper notes were a close second. Meanwhile, the pepper and natural tobacco sweetness moved to the background. This cigar maintained a straight burn path from start to finish with a beautiful draw. I found the Liga Undercrown Dojo Sun Grown to be an enjoyable cigar.