Cigar Reviewed: Alec Bradley Tempus Nicaragua
Smoked at: Dekalb County, GA
This Nicaraguan puro is a great cigar. I enjoyed this smoke while grilling out some beef sausages and man, the pepper and spices of the luscious white smoke that was rolling paired perfectly with the events coming out of the grill. There was a nice cedar on the finish and some notes of earth throughout. I drank a Sam Adams Sam '76 with it and the cold, crisp lager worked well with the lingering spices on the tongue and in the sinuses, especially after a retrohale. All in all, this is a great medium-bodied stick that I smoke often. The Rubins unsurprisingly knocked it out of the park on this cigar.