A brand extension under an “experimental series” bracket can’t inspire much trust, right? Think again… I vividly remember flying back from one of my first IPCPR (now PCA) trade-shows and discussing some wild ideas with Alec Bradley’s founder and big boss Mr. Alan Rubin.. Let’s just say a few things we both seemed to agree were complicated, were later implemented by the brand, all of which came to have great success as a concept and within the cigar market. Therefore I’m not fooled, there’s no experiment in this and we double down on our belief on Alan Rubin, his stellar kids who are great friends and cigar-creators… So why not double down on Broadleaf? Wow this wasn’t even intended as a pun… The Double Broadleaf has debuted with a BANG in terms of richness, boldness, and unique flavor. If you enjoy a good Broadleaf, this one’s got two variations so you’re in for a treat. A Honduran-grown Broadleaf wrapper covers a duo of Honduran and Nicaraguan harvested Broadleaf leaves on top of a Honduran and Nicaraguan duo of fillers, providing a medium bodied yet bold experience with main flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, raspberry, and apple-wood.