|Shapes:||Churchill, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
|Wrapper:||Criollo '98, Honduran|
For the city that never sleeps and the state it resides in.
Initially, when Alan Rubin released the Alec Bradley New York, it was a specialty Brick & Mortar cigar only for retailers in the state of New York. He wanted make a cigar just for them due to the rising tobacco taxes in the state. The idea was so successful that numerous other manufacturers even took AB’s idea and followed suit. Now, after years of consumers being on the prowl for these beauties, Alec Bradley has released it nationwide for all to enjoy.
It isn’t a wonder this gem was in such high demand with the multitude of rare and premium tobaccos used. From the Honduran Criollo ‘98 wrapper and binder grown on the revered Coyol farm to the pristine Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers, this was well worth the wait. Medium to full in body, and chock-full of nuances ranging from red pepper and caramel to spice and nuts, New York is a blend not to be overlooked.