|Review Date||Sourced From||Cigar Shape||Filler||Wrapper||Cigar Size||Strength||Pairings||Rating|
|2013-06-29||Metro Cigar Toronto||Robusto||Honduran, Nicaraguan||Honduran Criollo .98||5.25 × 52 - Six Two||Bold and Spicy||Coffee - Lively Up from Marlee Coffee (Keurig)||5.0|
|Click Below For Video Review||Summary|
|The Alec Bradley New York line was released in the wake of an enormous New York State tax increase on tobacco. The cigars will only be sold through New York vendors (like us!), so no matter where you get them from, they were originally bought from a New York tobacconist. While Alan Rubin, Alec Bradley.s president, was born and raised in Florida, his roots are in the Empire State. His mother is from Queens and his father is from Brooklyn.|
--Info from BestCigarPrices.com.
This stick had bold robust flavors but it was too rich for my blood. It burned hot, made my mouth dry and gave me a bitter after taste. I would give this one a 5....the video review should be up in an hour or two!