Alec Bradley Fine & Rare 2015

Alec Bradley Fine & Rare 2015

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Alec Bradley’s Fine & Rare, the company’s annual ultra-premium limited edition cigar is back for the sixth consecutive year. This week the company announced that the Alec Bradley Fine & Rare 2016 will be the third release to utilize the HJ10-I blend. The cigar is officially being dubbed the Alec Bradley HJ10-I Third Issue and has is now en-route to retailers.

The Fine & Rare is an annual release that has featured different blends and sizes, but one common denominator is that it contains ten tobaccos. The series made its debut in 2011 with the HJ10-I blend.  The blend made a return with the 2013 release. The other years have utilized other blends containing ten tobaccos.

The ten tobaccos in the HJ10-I Third Issue are aged 3 to 6 years. The filler contains seven tobaccos from Jalapa and Esteli, Nicaragua and the Trojes region of Honduras. A double binder consisting of a Trojes and Esteli  leaf is also used. The cigar is finished with a proprietary corojo wrapper from Trojes. This year’s edition is in a 6 x 52 Toro format. The cigar is produced at the Raices Cubanas factory in Danli, Honduras.

.“The Alec Bradley Fine & Rare has been a holiday time release since its inception in 2011,” said Alan Rubin, owner of Alec Bradley Cigar Company in a press release . “After critical acclaim and popular demand, we felt that 2016 was the year to reintroduce the Alec Bradley Fine & Rare HJ10-I. Though the cigar is medium-to-full bodied, we blend for flavor; so it’s balanced, smooth and very approachable.”

The cigar utilizes similar banding (but with a different color scheme) to previous Fine & Rare iterations. The band contains the names of the rollers, production supervisor, and principals from Alec Bradley Cigars.

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