Second generation cigar-makers Alec and Bradley Rubin have only been in the blending game for a few years now, but these guys are off to a rockin’ start. Sons of Alec Bradley cigars brand founder Alan Rubin, the brothers Rubin follow up their 91-rated Gatekeeper cigar and continue their streak of excellence with the newly-released Kintsugi.
Drawing inspiration from an ancient Japanese art form, the Alec & Bradley Kintsugi cigar is a symbolic smoke with silky, sophisticated taste. Handmade in Honduras, the Kintsugi takes its name from the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold-covered lacquer, transforming a piece into something even more beautiful than it was originally. Using this old practice as a metaphor for renewal in the cigar industry, the Kintsugi commands a Honduran Trojes wrapper over dual binders and choice filler leaves from Honduras and Nicaragua.
The resulting smoke is medium in body and full in palate-pleasing flavor with many nuances. Available in four unique sizes, Kintsugi is one of the hottest and most-anticipated new cigars of the year – grab yours here at an unbeatable low price.