Alec Bradley Sanctum

The Costa Rican binder has great body, while the Colombian tobaccos add to the great aroma. Combine these tobaccos with those from select regions in Honduras and Nicaragua, and you’ll savor a four country blend that is as complex as it is unique.
  • Cigar Origin
    Honduras
  • Strength
    Full
  • Wrapper Color
    Colorado
  • Wrapper
    Honduran
    Corojo
  • Binder
    Costa Rica
  • Filler
    Columbia
    Honduras
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Raices Cubanas
Toro, Full, Colorado, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Sanctum Gordo 6 * 60
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Single$8.55
$7.70
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Robusto, Full, Colorado, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Sanctum Robusto 5 * 52
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Box of 20$146.00
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Single$7.30
$6.60
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Toro, Full, Colorado, from Honduras
Alec Bradley Sanctum Toro 6 * 52
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Box of 20$156.00
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Single$7.80
$7.05
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About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Robusto 5" * 52
Not bad. Nica Puro is better.
About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Toro 6" * 52
Very nice indeed. . .
About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Gordo 6" * 60
Overall I found the cigar to be an enjoyable smoke. I particularly liked the sweetness this cigar delivered with this cigar as it definitely seemed to give this cigar its own identity. While I liked the fact this cigar did change up along the way, I preferred the first half of this cigar better than the second half. This is a great cigar to put in your rotation. This is a cigar I’d easily smoke again.
About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Gordo 6" * 60
Another winner from Alec Bradley, hits all the right taste buds, awesome smoke!
About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Robusto 5" * 52
Solid stick. Good but not great. The flavor was pretty consistent throughout and didn't change much from the initial light. Not one of Alec Bradley's best offerings but definitely worth trying.
About: Alec Bradley Sanctum Toro 6" * 52
So, for my first ever Alec Bradley cigar I decided to start with the Sanctum Toro. This cigar, at a glance, caught my eye with its smooth, caramel wrapper, and its strong peppery aroma. At $7.75 a stick, I decided to give this affordable cigar a try. From the first puff your pallet is teased with spicy, earthy undertones hidden in the thick smoke. As you approach the midway point in the cigar the earthy flavors become more prominent and are complimented by hints of nuts and a subtle sweetness and creaminess as the spice calms down considerably. Throughout the last quarter the smoke becomes a mellow, creamy, and smooth smoke almost like a dessert to the spicy meal of the first three quarters of the cigar. The burn on this cigar leaves a little to be desired, but the flavor, draw, and consistency throughout make up for it easily. Overall, this is a full bodied smoke that starts with pepper and spice, and ends mellow and creamy. All-in-all, at a price of almost 8 bucks a stick, you get what you paid for. I recommend you enjoy this after a nice meal with a glass of Johnnie Walker Black.