Alec Bradley Prensado Gran Toro
The Prensado comes to us in a 2006 Honduran Corojo wrapper, with a Nicaraguan Jalapa Valley binder, and a combination of fillers composed of Honduran and Nicaraguan longfillers. The whole of the Prensado line are box pressed, so well pressed that they retain their box press shape as opposed to shifting to the uniform and commonplace circular parejo. Additionally much akin to the Family Blend line these too taste much alike ISOM’s albeit on the stronger side, so more like a cross between a Bolivar and a Diplimaticos, potent and extremely flavorful.
The Prensado Gran Toro weighs in as a Super Toro at 6 inches by 54 ring gauge, and a corojo wrapper that resembles a shade of milk chocolate, and smells of leather and cedar, and tastes of peppercorns, cedar, coffee, and cream. Using a 9mm punch, and the cigar opens up with a tight but easy draw.
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