Alec Bradley Fine and Rare cigars are limited edition smokes that create extraordinary flavor combinations. The most recent Alec Bradley Fine and Rare cigars issued in the...
Alec Bradley Fine and Rare cigars are limited edition smokes that create extraordinary flavor combinations.
The most recent Alec Bradley Fine and Rare cigars issued in the past have included:
• The Alec Bradley Fine and Rare TA-25A, a woody cigar that offers the distinct flavor of walnuts. The blend was made primarily with premium Honduran tobacco as well as a bit of Nicaraguan leaf included in the long-filler. It’s a sizeable smoke, measuring 7 x 54, and offering a medium-strength experience. The rollers did quite a nice job with this figurado (a shaped cigar that takes a bit more skill to roll than a standard cigar with straight sides).
• The Alec Bradley Fine and Rare HJ10-I, which took home Cigar Aficionado’s #21 cigar of the year honors in 2012. The HJ10-I features a proprietary Honduran Trojes Corojo wrapper, along with Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco inside. Like other blends in the collection chest, exactly ten leaves were used to create it. This one is also large at 6 x 52 and offers toasty and savory smoke with a whimsical hint of berry sweetness.
• The Alec Bradley Fine and Rare BR12-13, a rich and flavorful 6 x 52 torpedo, made mainly with Honduran tobacco. Underrated and perhaps the best of the bunch. It’s created quite a few converts to Honduran cigars with its peppery, earthy, and leathery notes.
• The Alec Bradley Fine and Rare JRS10. It’s a 91-point smoke with plenty of spice and earth that are balanced out by a sweetness like a caramel mocha espresso. What a treat! Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco make up the blend.
• The Alec Bradley Fine and Rare HOF/506, an homage to Alan Rubin’s father David, with whom he worked every day for decades. This 6 ¼ x 54 cigar features Honduran Trojes tobacco wrapped around a Honduran and Nicaraguan blend. It’s peppery and floral, with complex aromatic notes like vanilla and rainy earth.
Each cigar is stamped and signed by the rollers and supervisor responsible for ensuring quality, so people’s names and reputations are on the line. If something goes amiss, you know exactly who's head to call for. Literally, you can call the Alec Bradley team and say “[insert name] messed up. This cigar has a soft spot and it messed up the burn. I’m not happy.”
We don’t know what they’ll do, but at least it won’t go unnoticed.
Please browse our selection of Alec Bradley Fine and Rare cigars at your leisure.