Alec Bradley Fine and Rare

When Alec Bradley decided to make a new cigar using 10 leaves of tobacco in one single cigar, he gave the task to the most experienced rollers at the Raices Cubanas factory in Honduras. This was the beginning of the Alec Bradly Fine and Rare, a cigar that has more tobacco packed into it than any other regular cigar. The cigar features a Honduran Trojes wrapper leaf, a double binder of Honduran and Nicaraguan leaves, and seven long-filler tobaccos. The first Alec Bradley Fine and Rare was released in 2011.
Origin Honduras
Strength
Medium
Wrapper Color Colorado Maduro
Wrapper Honduran
Binder Honduras
Filler Nicaragua, Honduras
Rolled By Handmade
Manufacturer Raices Cubanas
Toro, Medium-Full, Colorado Maduro, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Fine and Rare 2013 6 * 52
 MSRPOUR PRICEYOU SAVESMOKE RINGSSHIPPING DATEQUANTITY 
Box of 10$165.00
$165.00
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Limited Production, Sorry No Boxes For Sale, 3 Singles Max per Customer
Single$16.50
$16.50
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Limited Production, Sorry No Boxes For Sale, 3 Singles Max per Customer
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About: Alec Bradley Fine and Rare 2013 6" * 52
Awesome cigars, happy was able to get them from you.
About: Alec Bradley Fine and Rare 2013 6" * 52
Overall, I would rank this cigar up there with some of the finest I've smoked (non-Cubans, that is). Its burn was even, it drew quite easily, and although I tend to prefer stronger cigars, this was an excellent medium-bodied smoke. I don't know if it was just me or if it's the cigar, itself, but it seemed to have a ever so slightly sweet nuance to it. I can't praise this cigar enough.