|An attractive toro that starts mild and woody but intensifies and develops into a harmonious smoke full of white pepper, cinnamon, vanilla bean and almond paste notes.|
|Filler||Colombia, Nicaragua, Honduras|
|Issue||Cigar Aficionado – Dec 01, 2015|
|More Reviews of this Cigar|
Issue: Cigar Aficionado: Jan 01, 2016 | Score: 93
The Alec Bradley Sanctum Toro is the brainchild of company executive vice president Ralph Montero, who carefully oversaw the project. The name Sanctum is simply intended to refer to the personal time devoted to the enjoyment of the cigar. However, the Sanctum blend moves away from the earthier cigars that Alec Bradley has traditionally released and aspires to be a more rounded smoke. This was achieved by the combination of a Honduran Corojo wrapper, Costa Rican binder and a multination filler. All together, it amounts to a four-country blend of tobaccos that culminate beautifully in the Toro size, which starts mild, but intensifies to show a diverse but harmonious range of flavors from white pepper and cinnamon to vanilla bean and almond paste.
Issue: Cigar Insider: Jul 07, 2015 | Score: 91
An attractive toro that starts mild and woody but intensifies and develops into a harmonious smoke full of white pepper, cinnamon, vanilla bean and almond paste notes.
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