Alec Bradley describes the Coyol as a ‘retro-style’ blend, which in this case translates to strength and some ‘rustic’ tobaccos from Nicaragua and Honduras. ‘Coyol’ is a farm in Honduras, and its tobacco makes an appearance in the wrapper, binder and filler, with the rest of the leaf harvested from the Jalapa region of Nicaragua. The result, according to Alec Bradley president Alan Rubin, is a cigar that achieves the rare combination of both great aroma and great flavour.
But don’t take his word for it – try one for yourself and see if it measure up to the Alec Bradley standards!
|ALEC BRADLEY ‘COYOL’ CIGARS AVAILABLE AT CITY CIGAR:|
|Churchill||Gauge: 58||Length: 7|
|Robusto||Gauge: 52||Length: 5|