The Prensado Lost Art line is a tribute to the handmade production of the cigar, to the care with which the torcedor performs the art of rolling. What strikes you first is the shape of the cigar, which is box pressed, but another interesting fact is not visible to the eye and is the use of two different binder leafs, one from Nicaragua and the other from Honduras.

Country of Origin: Honduras
Size: 52 x 127 mm (5″)
Wrapper: Honduran Corojo
Binder: Honduras, Nicaragua
Filler: Honduras, Nicaragua
Price: €7.50

The box pressed cigar presents a wrapper of a Maduro shaded color, that is slightly rough to the touch.

Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Robusto: the cold draw reveals aromas of earth and nuts. The opening brings notes of seasoned wood to the palate.

The first third alternates seasoned wood, earth and hints of cocoa. There is a note of walnut present in the aftertaste. Strength is just above medium (3/5).

In the central section, it continues with earth and walnut and nuances of hazelnut. Strength remains constant.

There are no big variations going on in the last third. The flavor profile continues on the mix of walnut and hazelnut, which alternates well with the earth. Strength increases, bringing you up to a slightly above medium level (3.5/5).

Overall, the Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Robusto is a cigar that is very balanced, with a prolonged persistence.

Rating: 90

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