Alec Bradley Fine & Rare HOF / 506 Vessels

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The new Fine & Rare measures 6 1/4 inches long by 54 gauge rings and is made with a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos.

The latest release of Alec Bradley Fine & Rare, a cigar that honors the father of company founder Alan Rubin, is now shipping to retailers around the world.

The 2019 version is called Alec Bradley Fine & Rare HOF / 506 and it is 6 1/4 inches long by 54 gauge rings. The cigar is made with a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos, including a wrapper leaf from the Trojes region of Honduras. The cigars are rolled at the Raices Cubanas factory in Honduras and only two rollers make the cigar.

Production is limited to 25,000 cigars (2,500 boxes, each containing 10 cigars), and the cigars have a suggested retail price of $ 21.90.

Alec Bradley Fine and Rare HOF / 506

Fine & Rare is a limited edition project that dates back to 2011. Shapes and blends change, but what remains the same is the use of 10 tobaccos – a rarity in the cigar world – and its limited production. .

This year’s Fine & Rare was made in honor of David Rubin, who passed away last year. David’s son Alan, who founded Alec Bradley in 1996, named the cigar company after his two sons. Alec and Bradley are now working in the business and have even released two single cigars, Blind Faith and Gatekeeper.

Alec and Bradley were both fortunate enough to work alongside their grandfather before he passed away in 2018.

“Working alongside my grandfather, father and brother at the same time is a unique situation that most people don’t get the chance to experience,” Bradley Rubin said in a press release. “My grandfather’s work ethic and enthusiastic personality is something I will never forget and that motivates me every day I wake up. We are an extremely blessed family.

“My early years working in the office are filled with memories of my grandfather and the lessons he gave me,” said Alec Rubin. “It helped me become the man I am today. I hope to carry these lessons into my personal life and into the future of the company.


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