Alec Bradley American Classic Blend
Churchill · 7 × 48 ACBCH
After settling on a special blend of aged Nicaraguan long-cut fillers, Alan Rubin hand-selected a bold Nicaraguan binder to give the cigar an intriguing, flavorful core. For the distinctive wrapper, he used Connecticut-seed tobacco grown near his plant in Honduras to give the cigar its traditionally American look.
This mild-to-medium bodied cigar is balanced, with a smooth creamy draw and just a hint of cedar on the smooth finish. Designed to have a slow burn and an even draw, the American Classic even holds its ash better than many competitors, which makes for a leisurely, satisfying smoking experience.
This Alec Bradley cigar is mild enough for daily enjoyment. Aficionados agree, this cigar deserves a spot in your humidor.
Mild - Medium
Light Brown / Natural
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AB American Classic
Stmazak on 06/27/15
I am a fan of Alec Bradley cigars. At the price, the classic could be an every day cigar. The sun grown wrapper was visually appealing and while burning held together creating a decent ash. I was able to get coffee flavors and hints of chocolate from this cigar. There were also earthy tones throughout the cigar. For the money, this is a great stick that can be enjoyed on a regular basis for those on a budget.
Not my cup of tea
Ezlvn33@aol.com on 06/22/15
The abAmerican blend to me was a little harsher than the rest of the ab product line to me there was a hay like flavor that I did not really care for at all but some may like it well made just not my cup of tea
Richburris66 on 07/04/15
This is a good cigar. I can't remember how much it was though. I picked this up at a local cigar store in a grab bag with some other cigars. It was a good smoke with pretty good flavor. I would recommend it depending on what the price was.
Slow burn on 07/15/15
Not a bad cigar. Over all, considering the price and the quantity of tobacco that is in this monster of a cigar, it's a great deal. The fact that the flavor is solid and it is well constructed is icing on the cake. Honestly one of the better cigars that I have smoked for the price.
Eh it's ok
Cigarfreak87 on 07/29/15
Ok so Alec Bradley is one of my favorite brands of cigars to smoke period, when I smoked this cigar I did not feel that it was quite up to the Alec Bradley standard, I am not sure what it really needs but it just needs a little something and it would be a great cigar
For you maybe but not me..........
Sprout on 07/06/15
Not my favorite by any stretch of the imagination. The construction was horrible to say the least. The cap came off before the cutter made it half way through which started the wrapper to peal. The first third started "canoeing" which only got worst. After numerous "touch ups" and relights, i managed to make it to the last thrid. I was hoping to relax after work with cold adult beverage and have a nice smoke but i feel as if im still a work trying to nurse this stick back to health. While it was lit the draw was nice. The flavors just werre not there for me. I did get some spoce at the front as most have stated but then flat. The last third did start to come in with a fresh hay but my palette was to scorn to enjoy. Maybe a bad stick. Maybe not for my taste. At any rate if i get one in a sampler i may give this stick another go but a long shot of buying any to occupy space in my humidor.
50cal on 07/16/15
I received this cigar in a trade with my friend back in December. I saved it until the 4th of July because of the name. I've had some Alec Bradleys that haven't been too good and others that have blown me away (presnado)
M. Martin on 08/15/15
This is an exceptional Churchill that makes a bold statement. The rapper is of good construction and will give a consistent burn. Nice filler. Mellowtones can be smoked to the end or cut and you can create a Robusto for the go.