Alec Bradley began life as a boutique maker of cigars. They made a few great lines, but they didn’t begin to pick up steam until their cigars began to be reviewed. These cigars they were producing were regularly being reviewed well, getting ratings of 90 plus on quite a few, even getting a cigar rated 94 (the Tempus) and one rated 96 and best cigar of the year by Cigar Aficionado (the Prensado, a lovely box-press cigar). With these ratings, they began to show that they were a serious contender in the cigar world, a real force to be reckoned with, and they began to get the respect they deserve.
The word ‘Mundial’, in many countries, means ‘globe’, and it has associations with soccer. I have no idea what that has to do with this cigar, but it is an interesting fact that you can bring up while smoking this cigar, and that’s always good to have. The Mundial consists of four fillers, two from Honduras and two from Nicaragua, along with binders, one from Nicaragua and one from Honduras, wrapped in a wrapper from the Trojes region of Honduras. These combine to make a cigar that This leads it to taste fantastic, and with its perfecto shape, you will not be disappointed in this cigar.
If you manage to find a rare box of ten, you need them. They are rare, they are fantastic, and they are a thing to be treasured, as you will know when you smoke them.