For many, the 1960’s represented a chasm that would throw many cigar enthusiasts into a dilemma. For some, it served as an avenue to explore the tobaccos of different countries and regions. For others, this embargo offered up opportunities for bootlegging and counterfeiting for those who would desperately do anything to get that Cuban leaf into their hands.
Today Alec Bradley pays homage to this history with Post Embargo. Here’s to the privilege to taste the past as the gap is bridged and enjoy the pleasures the future has to offer. The brighter future is here and glimmering with hope. Crafted with Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos, this cigar is full of cinnamon, toasted nut, mocha, cedar, caramel, and licorice.