Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf Gran Corona

MSRP: $264.00
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Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf Gran Corona
Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf Gran Corona

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Length:  7″
Ring Gauge: 46

The Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf is the latest addition to AB’s growing portfolio of Experimental Series cigars. This time around the purpose of the blend was to address the question: How much Broadleaf is too much Broadleaf in a cigar? With this project, they took Connecticut Broadleaf seeds and cultivated the tobacco in the rich soil of Honduras. The result, after years of working the tobacco, was a proprietary leaf so enticing that it was used not only for the wrapper, but as one of two binder components as well. Filler tobaccos are from Honduras and Nicaragua. Tasting notes include flavors of earth, coffee, and salted caramel with hints of pepper, dried fruits and doughy breads. This is a tremendous addition to their portfolio!

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The Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf is the latest addition to AB’s growing portfolio of Experimental Series cigars. This time around the purpose of the blend was to address the question: How much Broadleaf is too much Broadleaf in a cigar? With this project, they took Connecticut Broadleaf seeds and cultivated the tobacco in the rich soil of Honduras. The result, after years of working the tobacco, was a proprietary leaf so enticing that it was used not only for the wrapper, but as one of two binder components as well. Filler tobaccos are from Honduras and Nicaragua. Tasting notes include flavors of earth, coffee, and salted caramel with hints of pepper, dried fruits and doughy breads. This is a tremendous addition to their portfolio!

Alec Bradley Cigar Co. has a well-deserved reputation for churning out hit after hit to satisfy their loyal fans. It’s due in no small part to the meticulous attention to detail of the brand’s founder, Alan Rubin. But it wasn’t a quick and easy journey. He joined the premium cigar industry in 1996, but stumbled to find his footing for a while. He had a line of bundle cigars made in the Dominican Republic by Henke Kelnrer of Davidoff that was good, and he introduced the industry’s first (and only) triangular pressed cigars. Around 2005, he was told of a great little factory in Honduras called Raices Cubanas and traveled to see what the hype was about. It was this trip that altered the course of his company and set them on the path towards greatness. In 2007, they launched the Tempus line and established themselves as a serious player in the game. Two years later, working with the same factory, Alec Bradley introduced Prensado, and their legacy had been cemented as a world class cigar maker.

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