Alec Bradley Tempus cigars (Latin for 'TIME,') offers you a choice of a rare, 7-year aged Honduran Criollo '98 Viso or an opulent Mexican San Andrés Maduro wrapper. A perfectly-balanced blend of Nicaraguan/Honduran of Criollo '98 & Corojo '99 Ligero and Viso tobaccos make for a smooth, enticingly complex smoke brimming with robust tobacco flavors. Having received rave reviews from the top cigar magazines, Tempus is now a modern classic. Try a box or a 5-pack of these outstanding cigars now.
I bought a couple to try and have bought more at my favorite cigar spot. This is a great cigar for when you don't have a hour or more to spend. A good tasting cigar that last about 45 minutes. This one is bordering strong but still in the medium class. One of my buds thinks it is a bit bitter but I'm not sure he stored it correctly. I think they are consistent with the other AB's I've smoked0 0
The first one that I smoked wasn t al that great, just a average tasting cigar. But, the second one was after a month in the humidor and it was very good. The flavor was excellent. the burn as a little inconsistent though. Overall, a very good smoke.0 0
The Alec Bradley Tempest, whatever size is a delight. Charcoal, leather, sweet spices and a hint of nuttiness that really goes well together. Try a 5 pk., you'll be back for more.0 0
My local tobacconist recommended I try these a few weeks back and I can't stop smoking them! They aren't cheap, but for the money they are without a doubt the best cigar and cigar value I've smoked, and the past 15 years. The Tempus Terra Novas are excellent from start to finish, all the way down to the nub, and I can't say that about many of the cigars I've smoked. I give them my highest recommendation. The five packs are a deal at just over $4 a piece plus shipping.0 0