Drew Estate has announced that the 2021 editions of the Undercrown Dojo Dogma Sun Grown and Undercrown Dojo Dogma Maduro are on their way to Drew Diplomat Retailers as of today.

The Undercrown Dojo Dogma Maduro dates back to 2014 when it was released in celebration of the first anniversary of Cigar Dojo, an online cigar-centric community. Its blend is based on the Undercrown ¡Corona Viva!, which uses a Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper, a Connecticut stalk-cut and stalk-cured habano binder, with the filler consisting of Nicaraguan habano and Brazilian mata fina leaves. It is offered in a box-pressed 6 x 56 toro gordo vitola and packaged in 10-count wooden boxes that have an MSRP of $112, which works out to $11.20 per cigar.

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The Undercrown Dojo Dogma Sun Grown was first released September 2020 and uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra sungrown wrapper, Connecticut River Valley stalk-cut and stalk-cured sun-grown habano binder, and a blend of Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, including a leaf of what the company describes as extensively-aged ligero from the Nueva Segovia region along the Nicaraguan border of Honduras, which provides the blend with extra body. The Undercrown Dogma Sun Grown is packaged in 24-count wooden boxes that have an MSRP of $258, which works out to $10.75 per cigar.

Both cigars are made at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Estelí, Nicaragua and are limited productions, though the company has not disclosed how many are being produced.

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