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Specifications

Brand: Alec Bradley
Country of origin: Honduran
Wrapper: Unspecified Honduran
Binder: Honduran & Nicaraguan
Filler: Honduran & Nicaraguan
Strength: Medium - Full
Size: none
Formats available: Robusto: (5 x 52) Gran Toro: (6.25 x 52) Torpedo: (6.5 x 52) Churchill: (7 x 50) Double T: (6 x 60)

Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Box Pressed

“Nowadays, it seems production trumps artistry. In premium cigars, though, artisans still produce everything by hand- a process that hasn’t changed in hundreds of years. I get nostalgic about the days when a large majority of products were made with care, by hand. Prensado Lost Art pays homage to those times. Every Prensado Lost Art is traditionally rolled “entubado”- with each filler leaf rolled for perfect air flow. The cigars are semi-pressed and finished with a traditional triple cap.” - Alan Rubin. A follow up to the original Prensado, which featured a stronger wrapper leaf, this variant is slightly more refined with more notes of wood and espresso.

Specifications

Brand: Alec Bradley
Country of origin: Honduran
Wrapper: Unspecified Honduran
Binder: Honduran & Nicaraguan
Filler: Honduran & Nicaraguan
Strength: Medium - Full
Size: none
Formats available: Robusto: (5 x 52) Gran Toro: (6.25 x 52) Torpedo: (6.5 x 52) Churchill: (7 x 50) Double T: (6 x 60)

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