Alec Bradley cigars "launched" the Mundial in style by making it the first cigar in space. On the 59th Floor of the Palms Place Casino, Alan Rubin, owner of Alec Bradley Cigars, and a collection of special guests watched as a balloon carried an airtight case of Mundial cigars 110,000 feet/ 18.10 miles above the surface of Las Vegas before the balloon burst and the cigars crashed down in the Nevada desert. The Mundial represents over half a decade of work for Rubin and Alec Bradley Cigars. These stogies feature a wrapper from the Trojes region in Honduras, which was used on the infamous Alec Bradley Prensado, blended with two binder leaves from Nicaragua and Honduras in addition to a 4 tobacco mixture of filler tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua, including an extra dose of Esteli ligero for strength. To make these cigars stand out even more, Rubin chose a "Punta Lanza" shape for each vitola that features a rounded cap but a pointed foot. Try the Mundial today for a truly out-of-this-world smoking experience!