Alec Bradley Fine & Rare JRS-10 Cigar

Oct 24, 2018

Category: Vices

In 1996, the Alec Bradley Cigar Company was built by Alan Rubin to provide people with cigars they can truly enjoy. The company’s passion for creating rich, quality cigars has not faltered in its two decades of existence and has no signs of slowing down. Beginning in 2011, Alec Bradley has blessed cigar fans with small quantities of their most complex cigar blends for their ever-evolving Fine & Rare project and their 2018 entry into the series is superb.

Alec Bradley is ecstatic to offer 2,500 boxes of their second iteration of the Fine & Rare JRS10. The 6.5-inch cigar has a 56 ring gauge and was first unveiled in 2015. This batch of ultra-rare cigars will be given special treatment, as only two of the most experienced master rollers from Alec Bradley will be hand rolling these cigars. These master rollers have the experience and dexterous skills to craft the anatomy of the JRS-10 cigar, rolling them to perfection for your enjoyment. The cigar blend includes Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos from various regions and crops, creating a 10-leaf masterpiece to light up for a special occasion with your family and friends. The latest Fine & Rare JRS10 cigars are presented in boxes reminiscent of zebra wood.

Purchase: $22

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