IPCPR 2012 – An Intimate Talk With Steve Saka of Drew Estate Cigars

The first day of IPCPR exhibition is over and I wanted to bring you a video interview I did with Steve Saka, president of Drew Estate. Steve talks about their latest product offerings.  Enjoy the video!



Again, this is raw video straight from the camera (I’m using an Ipod Touch this time around for interviews. It’s much better than last year’s batch of videos, don’t you think?).


Time to go take a hot shower. <snicker>


More to come.





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11 Responses to IPCPR 2012 – An Intimate Talk With Steve Saka of Drew Estate Cigars

  1. Michael McDaniels

    Great Interview!!!! Thank you Cigar Craig!!! Keep up the good work!!

  2. The Commish

    Excellent Cigars!!! Thanks. Jeff

  3. Tim Williamson

    He seems like a great guy and would be fun to hang out with. Great interview, really enjoyed it. Always look forward to trying anything from the gang at DE.

  4. irratebass

    That was great! I liked how you just sat there and let him talk, I’m not saying I don’t enjoy when people talk to their subject, but this was very cool how you just let him talk and even he seemed to think that was funny.

    He seems like a cool person, would like to hang and smoke and pick his brain.

    Great job, thanks for sharing.

  5. migsheep

    This Steve Saka guy seems nice but did he ever breathe during your ‘interview’? Did you say any words before the schoozing at the end? Was he touching your knee under the table (he does that with mine….).

    Ovinely your,


  6. jjo

    Very nice, Craig. I’m intrigued by what Willy has blended for them, and would certainly like to try it.

  7. Swede214

    Great interview Craig, that was ”cool”, really enjoyed it, again, thanks!

  8. Doc

    Nice work Craig. Lots of good info there.

  9. Bob Greene

    Seems like old times Craig, Steve is himself, and you are just fine!

  10. Talk about intimate! Never wash that cheek!

  11. John Chunko

    Yes indeed… this is one very interesting interview. TY, Craig! Ya’ know, this Saka character, he’s really on the ball — sure seems to know what he’s talking about. Damn… and all this time I thought he was just a two-bit phoney (that is, as long as that quarter is an 1804 Draped Bust Large Eagle jobbie). Oh well… my duh.
    To tell the truth, I’ve always felt he’s simply not the right guy to be president of a classy joint like DE… no offense intended, but with his skill set he’s better suited to be CEO of that operation. Well, who knows?, crazy stuff like that does happen… maybe someday they’ll wise up…