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News: Drew Estate Revs the Motor on Deadwood by Unleashing Fat Bottom Betty Gordito.

Drew Estate Revs the Motor on Deadwood by Unleashing Fat Bottom Betty Gordito.

Miami, FL- Drew Estate announces today the national launch of the Deadwood Fat Bottom Betty Gordito to Drew Estate retailers. The Deadwood brand continues to skyrocket in popularity among consumers and retailers alike, and now the Gordito joins the Fat Bottom Betty lineup.

The Fat Bottom Betty Gordito features a lush maduro wrapper and is blended with aromatic and exotic tobaccos that bring out the innate sweetness of the cigar. Presented in a 6 x 60 vitola, this cigars gives the larger ring gauge enthusiast ample opportunity to enjoy Fat Bottom Betty in all her glory.

From the Wynwood Safehouse, Jonathan Drew Founder and President of Drew Estate notes, “Deadwood is on FIRE for our retailers, and is evidenced by its presence on social media. We’ve been wanting to introduce a larger ring to the Fat Bottom Betty lineup for a while, and there is no better time than right before Halloween. A perfect smoke for those cool October nights.”


The Fat Bottom Betty Gordito is sold in 10 count boxes with an MSRP of $102.50 per box and is shipping on October 28th.


Founded in 1996, Drew Estate is one of the largest and fastest growing cigar companies in the world. Under their mantra “The Rebirth of Cigars” Drew Estate has disrupted the premium cigar industry by creating a raw authenticity that has engaged cigar enthusiasts with iconic brands, unique tobaccos, and distinctive blending styles that attract new and old seasoned cigar enthusiasts. Their Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Nicaragua produces more premium cigars than any other single factory in the world, producing a variety of brands including ACID, Herrera Estelí, Herrera Estelí Norteño, Isla del Sol, Kentucky Fired Cured, Liga Privada, MUWAT, Natural by Drew Estate, Nica Rustica, Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Cigars, Tabak Especial, Undercrown, and Java by Drew Estate.




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