Alan Rubin extends the MAXX olive branch further
With the widespread popularity of the Alec Bradley lines, MAXX and Vice Press, it makes all the sense in the world to combine the two. That is precisely what Alan Rubin did with the newest addition to the Alec Bradley arsenal, MAXX Vice Press. The first and largest box-pressed cigar in the Alec Bradley portfolio, MAXX Vice Press has it all. Thick and aesthetically pleasing right off the bat, this is one prize that has all the components of a memorable experience.
This bulky line comes wrapped in a dark and oily Nicaraguan Habano leaf. A unique four country mix of long-fillers from Columbia, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Mexico are all hugged by a refined Costa Rican binder. The outcome reveals a medium to full-bodied gem with overwhelming complexity unrivaled by other blends. Hints of cream, nut, and earth are immediately noticeable with a sweet spiciness taking the forefront towards the end. With a cool, long finish, Alec Bradley MAXX Vice Press is a truly pleasurable experience in every sense of the word.