Rated in the Best Cigar List in 2014 by Cigar Aficionado Magazine!
Alec Bradley Mundial Series is in stock and ready to ship now with new and improve packaging!
The Alec Bradley Mundial Series – a worldly gift at your fingertips
In stock and ready to ship, the Alec Bradley Mundial cigar Series. This handsome cigar from Alec Bradley is a sure to be a fine addition to your smoking den. But seeing it in picture won’t do it any justice. This cigar is meant to be enjoyed first hand, and we at Mike’s Cigars want you to experience it.
Once you have a box of Alec Bradley Mundial cigars, you’ll notice the wonderful artwork on the label wrapped around the cigar. Its multi tonal and eye catching colors go well with the color of the cigar itself. The second label has the cigars name on it. The cigar shape is called “Punta Lanza” which translates to “point of the lance”. This is a nod to an old mentor of Alan Rubin, the owner of Alec Bradley cigars.
The cigar once unwrapped has a chocolate colored hue with minimal veins and a bit of an oily skin. Smells of hay and even barnyard come through right away during the pre light and even some earthy tones. Once lit up, warm notes of cedar begin to ignite the palette. A few puffs and you’ll notice even hints of cinnamon, leather and wood, giving off a creamy and smooth smoke. Towards the final bit of the cigar hints of honey, nuts, citrus and spice notes begin to trickle in, making this cigar a true tasty treat to any cigar aficionado’s palette.
The wrapper is a Honduran Trojes, with a double binder consisting of Honduran and Nicaraguan leaves and also the fillers are comprised of the same Honduran and Nicaraguan blend. This cigar is a well built, quality cigar from start to finish. Some have enjoyed this great cigar with a cup of their favorite coffee and even a chocolate bar for an extra sweet satisfaction for the cigar aficionado with a bit of a sweet tooth.
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This is what Cigar Aficionado had to say about being Rated in the Best Cigar List 2014
"When it comes to writing, painting or crafting cigars, sometimes creating something new comes quickly. Other times it’s a struggle. The birth of the Alec Bradley Mundial brand was the latter, a project that brand owner Alan Rubin’s ruminated on for close to five years. 'I always had Mundial on my mind,' he said. The blend that finally sparked Rubin’s interest included a wrapper from the Trojes region of Honduras, which Alec Bradley uses to great effect on its Prensado line. All Mundials have pointed feet that vaguely resemble lances, explaining the moniker 'Punta Lanza' (point of the lance) that appears on each box. The No. 5 is meaty and leathery, with a pleasant amount of minerality." Credit: Cigar Aficionado Magazine