The town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, is going to welcome Jonathan Drew of Drew Estate Cigars, the founder of the second largest premium cigar factory in the world. Drew’s global brand is hosting this “first of its kind” event nestled in the heart of the dark fire curing movement.
The Kentucky Fire Cured Barn Smoker will be a blend of a true Southern affair, combined with a Nicaraguan experience, located deep in Kentucky, only 60 miles north of Nashville, revealing how fire cured tobacco is really made (smoking tobacco).
The net proceeds from the event will benefit Cigars For Warriors, whose mission is to collect and disperse premium cigars and accessories to troops serving in combat zones as well as filling request from United States military personnel on Forces Afloat in Combat Zones.
Tickets are $20 and include 2 Kentucky Fire Cured cigars, a Drew Estate Cutter and a ticket for a glass of Angel’s Envy Bourbon.
Tickets are available kentuckybarnsmoker.com.