When Alec Bradley decided to make a new cigar using 10 leaves of tobacco in one single cigar, he gave the task to the most experienced rollers at the Raices Cubanas factory in Honduras. This was the beginning of the Alec Bradly Fine and Rare, a cigar that has more tobacco packed into it than any other regular cigar. The cigar features a Honduran Trojes wrapper leaf, a double binder of Honduran and Nicaraguan leaves, and seven long-filler tobaccos. The first Alec Bradley Fine and Rare was released in 2011.
At the 2015 IPCPR Trade Show, Alec Bradley showed off the 2015 installment of its Alec Bradley Fine and Rare. This one is entitled the Alec Bradley Fine and Rare JRS 10=(86). The name JRS 10=(86) is a reference to the blend name.