The Cigars of Alec Bradley Maxx Review

May 23, 2023
David Sunnyside

alec bradley maxx review

The cigars of alec bradley maxx review are designed to take your premium smoking experience to the maxx! Each of these hefty ring gauge smokes is draped in an incredibly dark Nicaraguan Maduro leaf, filled with a complex blend of tobacco leaves from four Latin American countries, and bound by an exceptionally flavorful Costa Rican binder. The result is a rich and satisfying smoke that’s far from overwhelming.

These full-bodied gems boast a smooth, creamy texture that’s sure to delight the most discerning of palates. The first third offers a surprising amount of butterscotch-like sweetness and a touch of cedar, with a bit of bready ashiness. The sweetness becomes more pronounced in the second third, and the profile also starts to pick up a hint of cocoa. The final third is a little less sweet, but still creamy, and adds some citrus notes to the mix along with some earthy undertones.

Originally offered as an exclusive blend to customers through Cigar International, this 91-rated gem is now back as a regular production cigar that’s available at your favorite Alec Bradley shop. MAXX is a medium to full-bodied smoke crafted in Honduras using a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper and a unique blend of tobaccos from four different South American countries.

Experience the true personality of this brand with the Taste of the World Short Series 6-Cigar Sampler. This boxed set contains a robusto-sized sampling of some of the brand’s top-rated sticks, including the Medalist, Black Market, Kintsugi, Prensado, Magic Toast, and Tempus Natural.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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