Alec Bradley's strongest blend to-date starts with carefully chosen Honduran and Nicaraguan longfillers and Nicaraguan Jalapa binder. But the piece de resistance are the dark Honduran Trojes Corojo 2006 wrappers. Deceptively smooth, and rife with deep, dark-roasted coffee and pepper flavors.
When I have the time to sit back for cigar and bourbon time with close friends, this is the cigar I bring out. Consistant all around. And the full bodied taste makes smoking them a pleaure.
Try as I might, I just cannot find anything wrong with this cigar. Appearance, draw, burn, taste and construction are near perfect. I will definitely keep these in a place of honor in my humidor!
Fantastic Smoke for the price
Dry pepper right off the top, don t care for that.Burns hot and dry, don t like that. One dimensional first 1/3, won t burn even at all.2/3 cooling, salt, don t like that, some leather OK some chocolate OK, getting creamery, seems to be a weak version of the Alec Bradley MAXX The Culture that kicks the butt out of this over priced stick.Last 3rd the same but harder.