Alec Bradley Connecticut cigars contain a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran longfillers, with Honduran binders and Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrappers. The cigars are mild to medium in strength, with a little more spice and complexity than you'd expect from a Connecticut cigar. Perfect for those who appreciate a flavorful milder cigar, or for the fuller-bodied smoker looking for a mellow or morning burner that still has plenty of flavor.
Wonderful taste, one of the best draws ever. More mild than medium. Hint of spice about 1/4 down. Other than that, just mild tobacco and nutty flavour. Alec Bradley must just have some great tobacco right now because they are top of the food chain in my opinion, lots of great (and relatively affordable) sticks out there.
Very smooth, fine taste, and a good cigar for first timers. I had my friend smoke this one for his first, and it had him back down at the local cigar shop wanting more. Don't pass this one up.
Not a bad cigar. Mild to medium cigar with creamy white smoke. Tastes of nuts and earth. Worth a try.
Robusto, v-cut, well made, excellent burn, mild taste significantly influenced by beautiful split-free wrapper, refreshing and non-tiring, best suited to the cigarman with the skill to manage a cigar of this type, has not earned spot in humidor but not without merit. Reference favorites DPG Blue, Cain Daytona, Perdomo Lot 23 CT, AB ACB, Mac Cafe.