Third Cigar in Alec Bradley’s Experimental Series Heading to Tobacconists.
Alec Bradley Cigar Company today announced that Double Broadleaf- Experimental Series, which debuted to great fanfare at the 2022 Premium Cigar Association (PCA) Trade Show, July 8-12 in Las Vegas, Nevada, just started shipping to tobacconists. The third installment in the company’s Experimental Series, and the first full cigar line release by Alec Bradley since 2020’s Project 40 Maduro, the Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf- Experimental Series is a welcomed and unique addition to the company’s cigar portfolio.
“Double Broadleaf exemplifies the ‘Experimental Series’ perfectly; it tested our knowledge of agronomy, blending and the market,” said Second Generation Cigarmaker, Bradley Rubin. “We grew Broadleaf tobacco in Honduras from heritage Connecticut seeds, combined it with other premium tobaccos from Nicaragua and Honduras, and we’re now shipping a flavorful cigar that delivers the extra horsepower our brand advocates have been asking us for.”
Offered in 5 sizes, the Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf- Experimental Series is being presented in luxurious green and natural wood, dual-tone, 24-count boxes. Spotlighting the proprietary Honduran Broadleaf wrapper and first binder, the aptly named Double Broadleaf blend is completed with an additional binder leaf from Nicaragua, all atop filler tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua. Double Broadleaf is available in the following sizes, with the corresponding US MSRP’s, before any applicable taxes. International pricing may differ.
Boxes- 24 Count
Robusto: 5 X 50- Retail Box: $236.40/Retail Cigar: $9.85
Chunk: 4 X 60- Retail Box: $252.00/Retail Cigar: $10.50
Gran Corona: 7 X 46- Retail Box: $264.00/Retail Cigar: $11.00
Toro: 6 X 52- Retail Box: $276.00/Retail Cigar: $11.50
Gordo: 6 X 60- Retail Box: $306.00/Retail Cigar: $12.75
As the third cigar line in the Experimental Series, Double Broadleaf is preceded by 2019’s Project 40 and 2020’s Project 40 Maduro. Alec Bradley Double Broadleaf- Experimental Series is being produced in Danli, Honduras at Tobacos De Oriente.