Some things are better together, and nowhere is that more apparent than with Alec Bradley Vice Press. The combination of two fantastic handmades means that you'll get double the goodness in one tidy package.
When it comes to high quality cigars, Alec Bradley is at the top of the heap. With his dedication to excellence and meticulous attention to detail, cigar maker Alan Rubin has managed to impress both fans of the brand and cigar critics from all over, and his portfolio of ‘90' or higher rated options is the proof of it. Consistency is the name of the game, and when you're talking cigars, that's something to be proud of.
Alec Bradley MAXX Vice Press is a combination of – you guessed it – MAXX and Vice Press. Good on their own but better as a duo, these two cigars seem like they destined to be together. A four-country blend of Nicaraguan, Honduran, Colombian, and Mexican binders make up the core, and are topped off with a Costa Rican binder and dark Nicaraguan Habano wrapper. Medium to full in body, the real standout feature on this handmade is the complexity. Notes of spice, nuts, earth, and sweetness envelop the palate, with an uptick in spicy-sweetness on the last third. The finish is long and cool, and will leave you fully sated, yet hungering for more.