The Alec & Bradley Kintsugi will finally begin shipping this week.

Like so many things from 2020, it’s been delayed because of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The new line is the third time a product has been branded Alec & Bradley, a nod to Alec and Bradley Rubin, the two people for which Alec Bradley is named after.

Kintsugi uses a habano wrapper from the Trojes region of Honduras, binders from Honduras and Nicaragua, and fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua. It is produced at the Raíces Cubanas factory in Honduras.

  • Alec & Bradley Kintsugi Corona Gorda (5 5/8 x 46) — $7.25 (Box of 24, $174)
  • Alec & Bradley Kintsugi Robusto (5 x 50) — $7.95 (Box of 24, $190.80)
  • Alec & Bradley Kintsugi Toro (6 x 52) — $8.80 (Box of 24, $211.20)
  • Alec & Bradley Kintsugi Gordo (6 x 60) — $9.85 (Box of 24, $236.40)

Its name is a reference to the Japanese art form of repairing broken pottery by fixing the broken areas with lacquer containing silver, gold or platinum.

Charlie Minato

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