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“I smoked the corona last night. A little bitter off the start, but smoothed out very quickly. The burn was decent, a little raggedy at times, and needed relights if put down; soft and a little short of tobacco as you would expect from a cigar at this price point. I enjoyed the cigar, the flavor wasn't bad, I smoked it almost to the nub. However, an everyday cigar from Alec Bradley should be better than this. There are a lot of very decent everday cigars out there from less prestigious makers that cost less and are better smokes. Overall: meh.”
“This stick has really surprised me. Admittedly it's my first AB experience, so maybe this is more of a revelation. Construction is excellent, burn is cool and even. The tastes are just great, I won't try to compare them to nuts and salted meat, etc., but they are damn good. Of course, thanks to CI for allowing my tight wallet to permit this experience to happen.”
“Read a lot of glowing reviews for this cigar, so when I saw them on a bid site for dirt cheap, I pulled the trigger. The first two that I smoked were a little bitter and not to my liking, so I let them sit for a month or so. Well, the extra time in the humi really made a big difference. Creamy right off the bat, along with a woodsy, cedary twang to them. I'm sure they will get even better with further aging.”
“Not great, but really good. Uncomplicated, medium-bodied tobacco flavor, start to finish. Smooth draw, solid burn and construction. Perfect cigar for a football tailgate. The food equivalent of this cigar would be a top-notch double cheeseburger on a kaiser. It ain't Beef Wellington, but who wants Beef Wellington all the time?”
“The perfect medium bodied smoke. A great morning treat with a nutty creaminess and enough spice to get you going. A little bit sweet and woody but not to complex. A good draw, well constructed with a even and smokey burn.”
“I received this in my monthly shipment and was anxious to smoke this cigar. I let it rest in my humidor for just over a week. The Conneticut-seed wrapper was a creamy color with a slight oily sheen. The feel was not too soft and the appearance was that of a much more costly cigar. The foot lit easily and the burn was even. A white ash developed and fell off on its own at just over 2-inches. It redeveloped on its own and formed a beautiful white ash that lasted to the nub. The initial flavor was a bit peppery with a hint of spice and quickly mellowed into a cedary, sweet spice. The cigar was not too complex and was enjoyable. The finish was a little cocoa with hints of a sweet spice. This would be a good cigar with a good cup of coffee early in the morning. It is not overbearing nor complex, but still very enjoyable.”
“After throwing back a 5-pack this week I can say, they taste like "A Cigar" and nothing more. Nothing unique about this Miami oldschooler but no more than a yard gar to me. Tastes like decent tobaco, nothing unique. Still a good smoke but I feel like AlecB has more to offer in his other lines. I LOVE what he's doing and he really is taking over this industry by storm! Keep it up AB!”
“It's always nice to find a new stick. The "AB, American Classic" really surprised me.
Creamy cedar, nuts, coffee and a smooth tobacco core. Perfect draw and burn right down to the nub. That's right the nub, that's how cool this stick smoked. The price
point is affordable.... no reason not to try them. I'll be buying more.”