Alec Bradley Cigars
Wrapper: Honduran Corojo
Binder: Nicaraguan Honduras
Filler: Nicaraguan, Honduran
Factory: Fábrica de Tabacos Raíces Cubanas S. de R.L.
Purchase Source: CigarBid
Date Purchased: July 23, 2021
Date Smoked: May 22, 2023
COVID-19 Day 825
This 2016 vintage “Aged” Yellow-Cello award-winning Entubado-Rolled 2011 Cigar Of The Year “Prensado” in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars… a great way to start my HOT day!
Again, I’m discovering that smoking outside doesn’t do these flavor-packed cigars any justice. The tobacco flavors escape me. Does anyone else experience the same thing when they smoke their cigars outside?
Until next time… Indoors
COVID-19 Day 748
What a treat to spark this Entubado-Rolled Prensado Lost Art in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars today.
Smooth and Creamy, just the way I like it! … Malty tobacco flavors come to me of the earthy, dark rich espresso coffee and cocoa kind making me smack my lip and wanting more!
As I accidentally came across this cigar in the TupperDor this morning, I just might have to seek this out and smoke it more often. This was a great smoking experience today with this Prensado Lost Art in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars.
Until the next time…
COVID-19 Day 567
I’m sparking this Prensado Lost Art in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars today… and, what a Honduran Corojo wrapped treat!
Admittedly, I haven’t spent as much time smoking this blend of the Prensado Lost Art in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars. After today, I should change that!
What a long-lasting and enjoyable cigar this Prensado Lost Art in Toro was. I forgot how delicious this cigar is… Right away, creamy chewy smoke of earthy cedar, dark coffee, soft tasting cocoa with a soft black pepper on the retrohale.
As I enter the second third, leather joins the party that I welcome with an expectant palate I marvel at what I’ve been missing all these years… oh well… I’m digging this now! The positive outcome is that this blend has been out in the market for a while, so, I’ve found that the pricing is very attractive for these Prensado Lost Art cigars.
Smoke Time: 2-Hours and 15 minutes
COVID-19 Day 499
I can’t believe that after all this time, today will be the first time with this Vitola of the Prensado Lost Art in Toro by Alec Bradley Cigars…
Once lit, earthy coffee, cedar, and leather tobacco flavors with a soft black pepper spice on the retrohale come to me. At the second third creaminess enters the picture through a perfect offering the correct amount of resistance
The smoke time was 2 hours and I can’t wait to smoke this again soon. I typically have been enjoying the Award-Winning sister to the Lost Art in the original Prensado release.
Until next time…
Smoke Output: Thick
|Overall Rating (1-5): 4