Alec Bradley Cigar Co. Now Shipping Domestic Allotments of Fine & Rare BC-(13)4EV
Eleventh Iteration of Signature Limited Edition Arriving Soon to Appointed Tobacconists
Fort Lauderdale, FL (March 28, 2022)
Alec Bradley Cigar Co. today announced that they are now shipping US allotments of Fine & Rare BC-(13)4EV. Originally scheduled to arrive to appointed tobacconists by November 18, 2021, packaging for this Fine & Rare release was affected by supply chain issues plaguing the cigar industry. Containing eleven cigars to celebrate the 11th iteration of the project, only 2500 Fine & Rare BC-(13)4EV collectible sets were created for global distribution. Ship dates to international accounts are unavailable at this time.
For this special release, Alec Bradley founder, Alan Rubin blended BC-(13)4EV, a first of its kind 7" x 50 ring-gauge, 'Churchill'. As well, he created the BC-(13)-4EV-B, an undisclosed "very special" vitola presented in its own coffin within the collectible set. Although the blends and shapes are different, both cigars showcase 10 distinct tobaccos, a defining characteristic of the Fine & Rare project. As is tradition, both ultra-premium cigars feature an exclusive estate grown wrapper from Trojes, Honduras set atop a blend of rare binder and filler leaves from Nicaragua and Honduras. Each of the 2500 Fine & Rare sets contain ten BC-(13)4EV cigars and a singular BC-(13)4EV-B cigar. Mr. Rubin noted that Alec Bradley will not be the first to identify the size and shape of the "very special" BC-(13)4EV-B, as he wants tobacconists and enthusiasts to reveal and experience the cigar firsthand.
First released in 2011, Fine & Rare is an iterative project Mr. Rubin created to push the boundaries of cigar blending. To achieve extraordinary complexity, flavor and balance, each version of Fine & Rare contains 10 unique tobaccos, an amount more than any other blend in the world. Only twenty-five thousand BC-(13)4EV and 2500 BC-(13)4EV cigars were constructed for this release by the same singular pair of master rollers who have ever been entrusted to the Fine & Rare project. Presented in collectible high-gloss, two-tone blue box sets, Alec Bradley is urging tobacconists to sell the entire 11 cigar experience as a single unit. MSRP has been set to $260.00 per box, before any applicable taxes. Fine & Rare is produced at Fabrica De Tobacos Raices Cubanas - Danli, Honduras.