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Kensington Reserve by Alec Bradley – New Blend, Same Amazing Low Price!

Fans of Kensington, one of our oldest and most respected BestCigarPrices exclusives, might know that we’ve been fresh out of these stogies for several months. Well the wait is over—our newly re-blended and redesigned Kensingtons are back in stock and better than ever, and for a limited time, we’ve put together the best deals in brand history!

When we ordered our last batch of Kensingtons, we were given the unfortunate news that some of the tobaccos used in the original blend were now unavailable. Instead of crying about it, though, we improvised, adding even better tobaccos to the mix. After months of blend testing, we’re convinced that these are the best Kensingtons we’ve ever smoked. Kensington Connecticut Reserve is now made with a Connecticut wrapper, Indonesian binder, and Honduran and Nicaraguan filler. Its darker-wrapped counterpart, Kensington Reserve Maduro, is now made with a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper and binder, along with chocolaty filler leaves from Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua.

The result of this re-blending is a creamy, smooth, sweet smoke in the Connecticut Reserve and a spicy, chocolaty smoke in the Maduro—both will have you scratching your head at how low the prices are. And for a limited time, we’re offering free shipping on every box and five pack, and with every box you order, you’ll get a free 4-pack of Kensington Rothschilds in the opposite wrapper shade. That way you get to smoke our brand new Kensingtons in both wrapper shades for no extra charge!

We hope you enjoy the all-new Kensington Connecticut Reserve and Reserve Maduro as much as we do—we’ve been smoking them constantly ever since they came off the truck, and they just keep getting better every time!

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