It seems like cigars keep getting bigger. It wasn't that long ago that a 54 ring gauge was considered "chunky". Today there's a trend toward thicker, longer cigars that can last for hours. The problem is that some blends don't translate very well to big sizes. A bold, spicy cigar can become overbearing in the last couple of inches, and gordos can become bitter toward the end. Alec Bradley Texas Lancero takes a different approach that solves those issues.
Texas Lancero is a 7"X70 behemoth that's blended specifically for the size. They're medium-bodied so they will build strength but never become overpowering, A gorgeous, oily Nicaraguan wrapper covers an Indonesian binder and a long-filler blend to tobaccos from Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. There are notes of leather and roasted nuts, enough spice for great balance, and a hint of citrus to complete the package. Saddle up and prepare yourself for a long and very flavorful experience with Alec Bradley Texas Lancero.