Alec & Bradley’s Blind Faith line was launched on the market in the last quarter of 2018. The goal was to create a filler consisting of three different types of Nicaraguan tobacco, in a double Nicaraguan and Honduran binder, all rolled in a wrapper leaf grown in Trojes, a field owned by the Rubin family, in Honduras.
The line, made at the Raices Cubana factory in Honduras, consists of three sizes, all sold in 20-count boxes.
The cigar comes dressed in a bright Colorado Maduro wrapper that is smooth to the touch. The veins are not very accentuated. Filling and constructions are good.
- Country of Origin: Honduras
- Size: 52 x 127 mm (5″)
- Wrapper: Honduras
- Binder: Honduras, Nicaragua
- Filler: Nicaragua
- Price: $ 9 – € 8
Alec & Bradley Blind Faith Robusto: unlit, aromas of nuts (a mix of walnut and hazelnut), with black pepper in the background, are perceived. Once lit, the cigar expresses itself on notes of earth and cellulose.
Overall, the Alec Bradley Blind Faith Robusto returns a perfectly balanced and satisfying smoke. If the last third had offered a further evolution compared to the other two thirds, it would have given the cigar something extra.