Alec Bradley Medalist

The Alec Bradley brand has always had a very diverse catalog of options for smokers to choose from, but if there's perhaps one aspect that could have used a broadening, it was on the milder end of the spectrum. The Medalist is a throwback to the early days of Alec Bradley, when founder Alan Rubin first started out by selling affordable and mild cigars throughout the 1990s. Using a shade-grown Honduran wrapper on top of a Honduran binder and a Honduran and Nicaraguan filler combo, this light and naturally sweet cigar is also very affordable, making it perfect for any time of day, every day.
  • Cigar Origin
    Honduras
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Natural
  • Wrapper
    Honduran
  • Binder
    Honduras
  • Filler
    Honduras
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Plasencia Cigars
Churchill, Medium, Natural, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Medalist Churchill 7 * 50
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$70.00
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Toro, Medium, Natural, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Medalist Gordo 6 * 60
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$70.00
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Single$7.00
$7.00
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Robusto, Medium, Natural, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Medalist Robusto 5 * 52
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$60.00
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Toro, Medium, Natural, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Medalist Toro 6 * 54
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Box of 10$65.00
$65.00
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$6.50
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About: Alec Bradley Medalist Toro 6" * 54
not to bad tasty smoke
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Gordo 6" * 60
First of all, my favorite size cigar is the toro gordo for length of smoke time, and feel. I’ve tried almost everyone out there and for the price, think the Medalist is exactly that. A true winner in taste, texture and burn from beginning to end. Love the medium blend and is enjoyable at any time, on the golf course, before and after dinner. I would say lunch but the wife frowns on me smoking early in the day at home ;) Give this Alec Bradley a try, don’t think you’ll be disappointed...
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Toro 6" * 54
Mild and just OK. No "pizazz".
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Toro 6" * 54
This is a great bargain. Very mild, but favorable...Its bring balance to my next full cigar.
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Churchill 7" * 50
Solid lighter cigar, had a few imperfections in the wrapper
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Toro 6" * 54
The Alec Bradley Medalist Toro consists of a Honduras wrapper with Honduras Binder and mix of Hondura and Nicaragua Filler. This cigar has a nice soft light wrapper it may look like a Connecticut with some oil to be found, while veins are small and generally few. The foot offers a seeming plethora of aromas to dissect, from buttered popcorn to a bit of tangerine, cereal grains to vanilla ice cream, all accented by just a bit of pepper. The cold draw is firm but not challenging, with a base note of dinner rolls and fewer accents than that of the aroma, with a bit of wood, cream and just a pinch of pepper being most notable. The strength begins to taper off past the midpoint, though it’s not lacking in any flavor or body, as both are comfortably a bit under medium, now with a bit of cedar and ballpark pretzels leading the descriptors. The cigar turns a bit rough in the final inch, but overall the cigar finishes well and on a flavor and strength level just under medium. Overall this is a great cigar with tons of flavors to it. Alec Bradley did it again.
About: Alec Bradley Medalist Robusto 5" * 52
Great Cigar.