Since the introduction of the Fine & Rare cigar from Alec Bradley, connoisseurs of great cigars have eagerly awaited the announcement of the annual Limited Edition release. Fine & Rare is a project that evolves each year. From one year to the next, Fine & Rare has seen differences in shape, size, and blend. In 2019, it will be known as Fine & Rare HOF / 506, a 6.25 x 54 box press Gran Toro.
The release this year is particularly meaningful to the Alan Rubin, founder of Alec Bradley Cigars, and the entire Rubin family. The cigar is dedicated to the life and legacy of Alan’s father, David Rubin, who passed away in late 2018. A photo of David Rubin is displayed in tribute on the front of the cigar band. The back of the band showing the words: “In Honor Of David Rubin”.
“The 2019 release is the most important of the Fine & Rare releases since its inception. This is an homage and dedication to David Rubin, my father; who inspired me to always work hard and never give up- so we strive to be the best. My true commemorative piece in honor of my father David Rubin. We love and miss you.” said Alan Rubin
Fine & Rare HOF / 506 is only made by a single duo of master cigar rollers. It features an estate grown wrapper from Trojes, Honduras, over selected and proprietary tobacco leaves from Nicaragua and Honduras. Production was limited to 2500 ten-count boxes, and they will be exclusive to Appointed Tobacconists. MSRP is $21.90 per cigar. Production is from the Raices Cubanas Factory in Danli, Honduras.