With a name of their third release inspired by fifteenth century Japanese art, Alec and Bradley Rubin are giving their dad (Alan Rubin of Alec Bradley) a run for his money with Kintsugi. Bold flavors flow from its smoke via a Honduran wrapper grown in the Trojes region. Plus, there are twin binders from Honduras and Nicaragua that complement long fillers of the same locales. We discovered notes of citrus, a woody sweetness, and plenty of brawny spices on the finish. It’s clear that their apple hasn’t fallen far from the AB tree, so add a box to your cart today and experience it for yourself!
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