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Double Down 93 Rated 10 Toro Sampler AVO VS Alec Bradley

Item # TCDD41-SP-1000

Double Down 93 Rated 10 Toro Sampler AVO VS Alec Bradley

Item # TCDD41-SP-1000
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In our quest to set a record for best selection of samplers ever, we've matched up these two home run cigars. First, try AVO Syncro Nicaragua Toro Box Pressed (6" x 54), a medium to full bodied blend hand-crafted using unique Peruvian, Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos. It's so good, it landed the #16 Cigar of the Year in Cigar Aficionado for 2015. On the other side of this cigar sampler, we have the Alec Bradley Sanctum Toro (6" x 52). This one is also in the medium to full body range with an eclectic blend of tobaccos from Colombia, Honduras, Nicaragua and even Costa Rica. This blend came right in front of the AVO and got the #15 Cigar of the Year in Cigar Aficionado for 2015.
overall rating 4.5 out of 5 Based on 12 Ratings
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5 out of 5
Smoke these everyday and purchased them more than once
MICHAEL L. verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
As usual, enjoyed these with some whisky. So far, both very good---even without any real seasoning in my humidor.
Chris N. verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
The Alec Bradley I more flavorful, nice and spicy. The AVO very smooth, easy to draw and milder.
Fastidious verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
Both of these are premium cigars. The AVO was a milder smoke than the Alec Bradley. I would call the Alec Bradley a bold smoke, however that is what I prefer. I'm a huge fan of both and to get them in a selection together is fantastic!
Hole O. verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
These are two of my top ten cigars right now. Try it, you'll like it!
Smokey D. verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
These are both outstanding cigars. The only caveat is you must allow 2 to 3 months humidor time before the blending really takes off. Before then and you're just getting hints.
Golferscott verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
These an excellent smoke for the money and are a fixture in my humidor at home and in my office
John T. verifiedverified buyer
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5 out of 5
Fabulous long smoke both great Cogars with long ash smooth and creamy
Muskie M. verifiedverified buyer
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4 out of 5
Both of the cigars are very good, however the Alec Bradley are silky smooth with a great finish- well constructed and even draw and light. The AVO's are a bit stronger full bodied smoke and not a smooth as the AB's. All in all I would buy these again.
Bert verifiedverified buyer
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4 out of 5
Best sampler I have ordered yet. Beats the cohiba/montecristo and anything I have purchased from Gurkha.
Monte
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5 out of 5
This c=Cigars are out of sight. Exceeded all expectations.... BOOM!
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No taste.
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