Alec Bradley Tempus cigars are blended with vintage tobaccos from different parts of the world to create a unique and unparalleled smoking experience. The cigars are made in Honduras and use a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, a Mexican San Andres binder, and aged Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers. The end result is a full-bodied smoke with complex flavors of earth, leather, and spices.
Shapes Churchill, Gordo, Robusto, Toro
Alec Bradley Tempus cigars are blended with vintage tobaccos from different parts of the world to create a unique and unparalleled smoking experience. The cigars are made in Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic with a variety of wrappers including Corojo, Criollo98, and Habano. The cigar is then aged for up to 12 months in select Spanish cedar boxes before it is delivered to your door.
Alec Bradley Tempus cigars are blended with vintage tobaccos from different parts of the world to create a unique and unparalleled smoking experience. The result is a cigar that has a great build quality, with an even burn and plenty of flavors. Whether you're a new smoker or an experienced aficionado, Alec Bradley Tempus cigars are sure to please.
When it comes to cigars, not all cigars are created equal. Some are long and thin, some are short and fat. Some have caps that screw on the top, while others have bands. And then there are the shapes: Churchill, Gordo, Robusto, Toro. Each has its own unique flavor and smoking experience.
But what is the difference between these five cigar shapes? To answer that question, let's take a closer look at each one.
Churchill: The classic Churchill is a lanky cigar with a cap that screws on top. It's usually about 6 inches long and 1-1/2 inches in diameter at its widest point. Its name comes from Lord Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister who famously smoked them during World War II. Churchill cigars are often reserved for special occasions because of their high price tag ($25-$30 per cigar).
Nicaraguan cigars are some of the most sought-after in the world, thanks to their unique and flavorful wrapper. These cigars come wrapped in a beautiful tobacco leaf, often with a colorful band around it. Nicaraguan cigars are known for their fresh and sweet flavors, making them an excellent choice for any cigar enthusiast.
Alec Bradley Tempus Nicaragua is a box-pressed cigar with a medium-full body, impeccable construction, and a smooth, creamy finish.
The Tempus is a fantastic cigar and is definitely worth the price. It has a great flavor and is sure to please any smoker. I would highly recommend picking up a few of these cigars to enjoy.