"If someone is looking for a flavor bomb thats a bit on the high side of medium strength, this would be a good choice. It is a rich and bold cigar that is definitely in your face from beginning to end. " -Dave W. (mdwest)
"If the flavors of the first third would've lasted for the whole cigar, then this would have been the perfect cigar for me. That being said, this was a very good cigar that I would smoke again. Find some and enjoy, if you are a fan of Cuban style flavors. " -Estevan Z. (TheRealBanzi)
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"A textbook case of complexity and transitions, starting mild-to-medium and finishing medium-strong while hitting most of the flavors one would expect on the way. Hands down the best BMP smoke I've experienced to date." -Stefan (Stefan)
"This was a good cigar that offered some good sweet notes of cherries and chocolate. Nothing fancy or overly complex. Just straight-forward flavors. It would make for a nice after-dinner cigar, paired with a moderate proofed bourbon or rye. " -Doug S. (Unpossible_1)
Today, Alec & Bradley Cigars, announced their third regular production line: 'Kintsugi" (pronounced Kint-Su-Gee). This follows Blind Faith from 2018 and Gatekeeper from 2019.
"A really enjoyable smoke the entire way through. It reminded me of a fresh Anejo, or La Palina Maduro. I would definitely recommend enjoying this as a morning smoke with a nice cup of coffee." -Jeff (ExpendableYouth)
"This cigar would have rated much higher in this this category if it were not for the final third. The bitterness that crept in in the final third took it down a few notches along with the work it took to keep it going. The first two thirds shined as bright as the morning sun. The final third was more like a cloudy day with the threat of rain. " -James H. (Keikan Jim)
"It's a winner for me. I really enjoyed the shifts in profile, the quality of the smoke, and just how well it performed even with several areas that were damaged in transit. I'm thoroughly impressed with the experience and will be picking some of these up. " -Alan (Eulogy)
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.
Since launching Alec Bradley Cigars, Alan Rubin has probably been mistakenly addressed as Alec Bradley a thousand times. People just assume his name is Alec Bradley because, why would he not name his cigar company after himself. For those who still don't know, he named the cigar company for his sons, Alec and Bradley Rubin. Now that they are of age, Alec and Bradley are excited to share responsibility in the company and this year they have released their own cigar. Everything from the blending, design, marketing, and all other facets are handled exclusively by Alec and Bradley. The cigar is called Blind Faith, and is now on the way to retailers.