Prince Albert Cigars
Prince Albert Cigars are machine-made, American cigarillos constructed from fine pipe tobacco. These cigars were first introduced in the market in 1907 by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
The cigars were named after King Edward VII, who was Prince Albert before his coronation. Since 1987, John Middleton Inc. has owned the brand. Besides pipe tobacco, they also have a line of cigars under the brand. These have become popular with smokers who seek a classy but affordable everyday smoke that offers a pleasant mild-strength tobacco treat.
Prince Albert Cigars are made from choice Middleton pipe tobaccos.
These are machine-made cigarillos, with a difference. Instead of using a HTL wrapper these cigars have a delicious Sumatra tobacco leaf wrapper. The spicy sweetness of the wrapper adds more taste to the smoke, merging well with the pipe tobacco filler blend. Prince Albert cigars are plastic tip cigars that ensure a clean draw and a smooth smoke. The air-cured pipe tobacco in the filler is light and aromatic. Mingling with the cinnamon hint added by the wrapper, these cigars can provide you a smoke that is similar to experiencing a relaxing pipe tobacco smoke without all the hassle involved in using a pipe.
The Vanilla and the Cherry Vanilla flavors are mild and blend smoothly with the tobacco fragrance, and add another interesting layer to the excellent tobacco smoke. Whether you are a long-time cigar smoker just looking for a casual short smoke or a new cigar smoker getting used to the strong tobacco flavors, Prince Albert is a great choice. These cigars, 5 inches long and 30 ring gauge in thickness, provide a mellow, flavorful, and enjoyable smoke at prices that make it possible to share these excellent cigars with friends.