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Drew Estate and Pappy & Company Announce Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve Barrel Fermented Churchill and Pappy Drew Limitada for the Holidays

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 — Miami, FL – Drew Estate announced today the exclusive release of the Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve Barrel Fermented Churchill and the Pappy Drew Limitada to Pappy & Company, the online store of the Van Winkle Family located at http://www.pappyco.com.

From the Wynwood Safehouse, Jonathan Drew, “I just checked the shipment in the Miami Warehouse yesterday. We really went out of our way to make sure that people could order them, and receive them in time for this year’s holiday season. The Pappy Drew Limitada is an extremely limited release, featuring the barrel fermented ‘Tapa Negra’ style wrapper, in a barrel head shape vitola that’s similar to the Feral Pig.”

The Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve Barrel Fermented cigar is a 100% long-filler, premium cigar made totally by hand in very small batches at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Estelí, Nicaragua. This historic cigar features a “barrel fermented” “tapa Negra”-style wrapper over a Mexican San Andres base wrapper, as well as aged Nicaraguan Filler tobaccos, personally selected by John Drew. It is the perfect choice for pairing with any of the Van Winkle bourbon and rye products.

The Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve Barrel Fermented Churchill is presented in 7 x 48 vitola and packaged in 10 count boxes with an MSRP of $17.00 each, while the Pappy Drew Limitada is presented in a barrel head 4 7/8 x 60 vitola packaged in 3 count soft packs that are only available as a gift from the Van Winkle Family when you purchase a box of the Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Robusto, Toro, and Churchill together.

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  1. I checked out the Pappy Winkle site awhile back and if I remember correctly, when you place an order it might take up to 5 months for them to ship it out. 5 months is a long time to wait for a box of cigars. I don’t know if its still like that but if so, I would request for some free shipping and handling.