Alec Bradley Cigar Co. has started shipping their new line that debuted at PCA this year, the Double Broadleaf- Experimental Series. This line marks the third in the company's Experimental Series following the Project 40 and Project 40 Maduro.
Alec Bradley is adding a third cigar to their Experimental Series, the Alec Bradley Announces Double Broadleaf. This released follows the original Project 40 in 2019 and the Project 40 Maduro in 2020. The Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf will be packaged in dual tone green and natural wood 24-count boxes and come in five sizes. The new line will be shown off at the upcoming PCA tradeshow in Las Vegas in July.
Cigar Dojo and Alec & Bradley are collaborating again, this time on Dojo Chico. This project is an homage to the Topo Chico brand of sparkling mineral water that many cigar enthusiasts, Cigar Dojo and Blind Man's Puff included, have come to embrace while smoking a cigar.
Alec Bradley Cigar Co. is adding a new size to two blends in their Experimental Series. Both the Project 40 and Project 40 Maduro are getting a new 7 x 70 size called, 07.70. They will come in 24-count, futuristic white boxes with their respective line designations. These new sizes will officially debut at the PCA (Premium Cigar Association) Trade Show July 8-12 at the Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV.
Alec Bradley Cigar Company announced today that their Limited Edition, Black Market Filthy Hooligan Barber Pole and Filthy Hooligan Shamrock cigars will be shipping to tobacconists on February 18, 2022.
Alec Bradley is now shipping their PCA exclusive size of Magic Toast Box, the Pressed Gran Toro. The new size was first announced in May this year and shown off at the PCA trade show in July of 2021. Only 1,000 boxes of this new size were made, and only available for attendees of the trade show floor.
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