Alec Bradley Vice Press Cigars
Alec Bradley Vice Press
Alec Bradley Vice Press is a gem of a cigar that has fallen under the shadows of the other stellar products in the Alec Bradley lineup. Only available in a small handful of sizes, the Vice Press is handmade in the Tabacos de Oriente factory in Honduras. It uses a blend of Mexican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan fillers, Costa Rican and Colombian binders, and a bold Nicaraguan wrapper leaf. This cigar is one of the original high-end sticks offered by Alec Bradley Cigars.
Fat, stout, and dark brown, the Vice Press is an imposing stick to behold. The wrapper leaf is rough and covered in thick veins. The construction is masterful and the draw is easy. First light unleashes a medium-bodied barrage of toasty, nutty, flavors with a hint of pepper lingering in the background. A notable caramel taste sticks on the finish. Easy-smoking and relaxing.
While some beginners night not appreciate the complexity of the Vice Press, intermediate and seasoned smokers are in for a treat when lighting this one. It's a solid medium-to-full cigar that will nicely accompany a heavy, dark beer. Comparable cigars might include Alec Bradley MAXX and 601 Blue Label. An oldie but a goodie in the Alec Bradley lineup, the Vice Press still impresses even the most demanding connoisseurs.
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