|Shapes||Churchill, Gordo, Lancero/Panatela, Robusto, Toro|
Alan Rubin has the luxury of working with a variety of factories and farms to make his Alec Bradley cigars, so when he had the chance to try some tobaccos from the Coyol farm in Honduras, he fell in love with the great leaf and he knew that he had to make a cigar with it, making a cigar that has earned an outstanding 93 rating.
The wrapper, binder and much of the filler for the Coyol comes from that farm, with the cigars being rolled at the Raices Cubana factory. These gorgeous sticks have a golden-brown wrapper from Honduras, along with a Honduran binder and Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers. The body is on the full side of medium, and the complex flavor includes notes of leather, earth and sweet spices with a hint of dark fruit in the background. Set aside some time to enjoy this unique cigar.