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Monday, 23 August 2010

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Alec Bradley Maxx Connecticut

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It seems as if Alan Rubin of Alec Bradley cigars listens to his customer's requests. There's nothing wrong with that. In fact, it's a great way to build brand loyalty. After all, we all like a bit of attention at times and like to feel that our opinions do actually matter.

The Maxx line is nothing new in itself. In 2006, the original Maxx line was released in a medium to full-bodied form. That was followed up in 2008 by the Maxx Traditional line which was characterized by cigars in smaller vitolas. Now, with the Maxx Connecticut, Alec Bradley converts the line once again.

The Maxx Connecticut line was produced after many Alec Bradley fans wanted Connecticut-wrapped cigars with larger vitolas. To answer their needs, the brand has created four new sizes with the release of the Maxx Connecticut: the 5 x 58 Fixx, the 6 1/2x 54 Culture, the 6 3/8x 60 Freak, and the 7 x 58 Curve. Just by name alone one might be able to tell that these are fairly larger and imposing cigars. While the wrapper and sizes are different this time around, the interior of the Maxx Connecticut relies on the same formula as its predecessors. Its filler is a four-nation blend of tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, and Colombia. The binder is Costa Rican.

The Maxx Connecticut should be hitting shelves most likely by the end of this month. The cigars will be offered in boxes of 20, with each cigar retailing at right about $7. That price is said to hold true for all four of the sizes as well.






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