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Alec Bradley Nica Puro Cigars
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Alec Bradley Nica Puro

Any cigar with 'Puro' in its name means that all of the tobacco is from a single location. In this case, Alec Bradley brings us their first Nicaraguan puro - and a fine beginning it is! The Nicaraguan Habano wrapper is visually stunning, glossy with oils brought out by extensive fermentation. Stuffed with Nicaraguan long-fillers, covered by a Nicaraguan binder, this cigar delivers the flavor you expect from Nicaraguan tobacco – cocoa, roasted nuts and hints of leather. YUM!

With all the 90+-rated cigars introduced by Alec Bradley, your expectations should be high. You won’t be disappointed by this 90-rated gem!

If you're wondering what the 1685 on the band represents, its the year the city of Esteli (the hub of Nicaraguan tobacco) was founded. Nice touch!

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Gordo (6.2"x60)
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Robusto (5.0"x50)
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Torpedo (6.2"x54)
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Beautiful complex little cigar
Though I am a bit of a cigar newbie, I found this quite a complex smoke that I could enjoy without it taking up my whole afternoon. Right off the bat, I got some well-balanced chocolate, coffee, and nut, then into the second third some jalapeno, cumin, green tomato, and tomatillo started entering into the mix. Toward the last third, it actually started to develop some delicious coriander, cardamom, and raisin notes that married deliciously with the stronger coffee, nut character this cigar builds off of. Reminded me of saag paneer: that kind of spice blend... Perhaps not as well-integrated as a Padron maduro, but the variety and complexity of flavors here were very interesting. A cigar which takes some thought! Draw was very nice, and the wrapper held together fine throughout the smoke. Well-crafted! I will likely be trying it again.
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