Loyal followers of Alec Bradley cigars may remember the Post-Embargo line from when it first appeared in 2015. Thematically, the cigars suggested that we were beyond the “embargo” world—a world where cigars were either Cubans or non-Cubans. The line had a strong run but was discontinued in 2021.
After a short hiatus, however, the Post-Embargo is back (albeit with a cryptic blend code in the name). That’s right, the Alec Bradley Post-Embargo Blend Code B15 is already arriving on our shelves. This iteration of the blend utilizes Honduran and Nicaraguan criollo fillers, along with a Honduran Jamastran corojo. All of this is held within a beautiful Honduran Trojes criollo-seed wrapper.
This impressive collection of tobaccos is matched by a flawless construction. Like the original Post-Embargo, the Blend Code B15 includes a dual binder. This time, however, both binders are Honduran (a Jamastran corojo-seed and a Trojes criollo-seed). Each cigar also has a distinct pigtail cap, regardless of the vitola.