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Monday, 20 January 2014

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Got a case of the Mondays?  Check out these two cigar reviews on the Alec Bradley Mundial Punta Lanza and the Sosa Underground Delphic and see if picking one up on your way home from work can cheer you up.

Here we are, gathered together for another look at our favorite topic - cigars. In this week's cigar review, we focus on two no-brainer smokes - Alec Bradley's Mundial Punta Lanza and the Sosa Underground Delphic. I mean really, you cannot go wrong with these two companies. Do these sticks continue the streak? Let's light em up and find out!

Alec Bradley Mundial Punta Lanza

I am always excited to try out an Alec Bradley, and the Mundial Punta Lanza line was no different. It was much hyped, and then Alec Bradley took it to the next level by launching the damned things into outer space.  You read that right - outer space. In a spaceship piloted by tigers and sharks with shotguns.

The Alec Bradley Mundial Punta Lanza comes straight out of the Raices Cubanas Factory located in Danli, Honduras. The line is made in the Punta Lanza format, which translates loosely into "the tip of the spear or lance" and is essentially a reversed torpedo.  It comes in four sizes:

  • No. 4:    4 1/4 x 48 Short Perfecto ($199 for a box of 20)
  • No. 5:    5  1/8 x 52 Perfecto ($239 for a box of 20)
  • No. 6:    6 x 54 Perfecto ($278 for a box of 22)
  • No. 7:    7 x 52 Long Perfecto ($319 for a box of 23)
  • No. 8:    6 1/2 x 58 Fat Perfecto ($299 for a box of 24)

A single will run you between $10 and $16 a stick. A little higher than your typical Alec Bradley go-to.

The cigar is really pretty, rich brown with some red tones. Some veins here and there and very well constructed - firm to the touch without any real give. The ash lasted to the second third of the smoke and was a nice solid white. Tons of smoke and maybe one touch-up. Even burn. Good stuff! The cigar is advertised as medium to full-bodied, and was pretty much in that range.






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