Alec Bradley Prensado
Churchill · 7 × 48 ABPCH5
The 2011 Best Cigar of the Year Winner! Since its inception, this Churchill has received worldwide recognition. It’s a full-bodied blend using a rare-aged Corojo wrapper and a mix of vintage Honduran and Nicaraguan filler. Its tastes of chocolate and spice will have you coming back for more. See why this cigar received a 96 rating!! Packaged in a pack of 5.
No. 1 on Cigar Aficionado’s 25 Best Cigars of 2011. Rated 96.
Box Pressed Parejo
Honduras / Nicaragua
Medium Brown / EMS
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Austin Carroll on 06/10/15
This cigar is one of my favorite sticks. Right off the light there is a nice full bodied spice along with some leather and creamy flavors. The spice dies down as you smoke it but the leathery flavor is not at all unpleasant. After the first third it changes to a dry woody flavor and then to a creamy almost chocolate flavor. All in all a great stick.
favorite of mine.
Craig Smith on 06/04/15
One of my all time favorite cigars. Definitely earned its rating and worth all 8 or 9 bucks you pay for one. Great flavor, great smoke output, some complain about burnlines. I just hold them at 62 and everything is fine.
great but inconsistent
Tbone666 on 06/21/15
Great flavor and very smooth. Nice rich flavors like coco coffee and leather. Well balanced with several translations. But like most Alec Bradley's there is a lack of consistency and I have encountered several with burn issues.
Ezlvn33@aol.com on 06/22/15
The Alec bradley present was a most enjoyable 1hr burn that I'll remember the flavor was right up my alley the smoke was plentiful and the draw for me was near perfect wish I had more in the humidity just resting great smoke
Maybe it's just me?
Cipher on 06/04/15
I picked a 5 pack of these up to smoke with my brother. He raved about it, but to be honest I wasn't impressed. The burn, construction, and draw we're surprisingly flawless. The flavor just didn't do it for me. To each their own I guess.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Ok but try the robusta.
Nickdagostink on 06/27/15
Prensado was my go to a couple years back. I smoked a 2010 robust I that blew mind mind with wonderful flavor and smoke output. The churchhills are a bit of a miss. Definitely don't let the churchhill be your first prensado experience.
Prensado is a Winner
Indy417 on 06/09/15
This cigar sums up why I love the Alec Bradley brand. Draws well, burns well and consistently delivers every time. Produces lots of smoke. Complex flavors of chocolate, coffee, pepper, vanilla and dried fruit. One of my top five.
Stmazak on 06/27/15
The AB Prensado is my go-to stick. I was exposed to the Prensado at an AB event and have these in my humidor as a staple. The Prensado is constructed well and with few exceptions burns consistently. I love the box pressed shape and use a punch to cut the cigars. The cigar produces copious amounts of smoke and has flavors of chocolate and coffee throughout the smoke. I have enjoyed this stick with rum drinks while sitting on the beaches of the Dominican Republic. In my mind, you can't go wrong with the prensado.
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JH on 07/01/15
I had a really great experience with this cigar. Great flavor and construction. There were chocolate notes galore for me and I really didn't want to put it down. And it's a Churchill, so I didn't have to put it down for awhile!
50cal on 07/16/15
My friend recently got a sampler which included these guys. After a little while of begging he let me try this guy. I have to say I'm a fan. It's full of booming flavor and construction to drool over. I'll pick some of these up forsure
tjc81 on 07/19/15
These are bundles of full flavor dynamite. TThey're Alec Bradley's so you know the draw and construction are flawless. The wrappers are gorgeous. Very dark espresso taste. Not for the beginner or faint of heart but if you enjoy the full body blends this is as good as it gets.
Johnnyfrank100 on 06/10/15
Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill was the cigar of the year a few years ago. There is a very good reason for that. It's a grand specimen of cigar artwork. Well balanced and delish from beginning to the end. You need to try this gargantuan titan of the cigar biz.
Must try cigar
Itsthenoff on 08/05/15
Man oh man are you in for a treat! This cigar is truly worthy of its accolades and is a real gem. I recommend smoking it indoors as it can be prone to going out and needing an occasional touch up but the flavor is out of this world.
M. Martin on 08/15/15
This Alec Bradley prensado Churchill is a magnificent cigar of exceptional quality. A medium to full bodied cigar that will be produced oak and leather notes and will not finish hot. I like to smoke these cut them and finish them as a Robusto later. Outstanding quality.