|Shapes||Churchill, Gordo, Perfecto, Petite Corona, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
|Wrapper||Honduran, Maduro, Nicaraguan|
Released at the 2011 IPCPR show, the Alec Bradley Black Market looks like something smuggled in from some island south of Miami. Underneath the slick packaging is also another fantastic blend from the masterminds who brought us Tempus, Family Blend and Prensado among other outstanding smokes. Don't let the presentation of this one fool you, between the dark Nicaraguan Jalapa wrapper and the intimidating foot band, this one looks like a powerhouse. It's actually more on the medium-bodied side, featuring thick, creamy smoke and hints of sweetness and spice. If you've fallen under Alec Bradley's spell like most of the cigar world, you owe it to yourself to give this one a shot too. Apparently, the professional tasters love Alec Bradley Black Market, granting it a 90 rating.