When you think of family-based cigar brands, Alec Bradley immediately springs to mind. When owner and founder, Alan Rubin, started the brand back in 1996, he named it after his two sons, Alec and Bradley (that’s right, Alec Bradley is not the name of the owner!). Fast forward 18 years and both boys have grown up; marking this occasion, Alan Rubin released the Alec Bradley The Lineage cigar.
The Lineage cigar comes as a line extension to the already-highly rated Family Blend series of cigars from Alec Bradley, and features a supple milk chocolate-colored Honduran wrapper embracing a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos. The end result is a decadent smoke that embodies its namesake. The Alec Bradley Lineage cigar is one that you will want to keep on hand for celebrations or even a quiet evening with a good drink.
What does the Alec Bradley The Lineage cigar taste like?
Toasty and sweet notes of toffee, cedar, and citrus are backed with a subtle spice, making for a smoking experience that embodies the Alec Bradley name.