Bucanero Salsa Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, March 29, 2010
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Bucanero Salsa Cigar Review

This 6×54 stick comes wrapped in a toothy, firm dark brown leaf showing a slight red hue, minimal veins and clean seams with a soft box press. The aroma is an oily, slightly sweet tobacco, a perfect humidor smell. First light reveals a medium-full body, very smooth oily smoke giving a rich aged tobacco taste with a good bit of black pepper and a long finish. 30 min in by the 1/2 way point the flavors had not really changed, which is just fine since they were very pleasant. The burn however did have problems, requiring a couple early touchups and a couple relights from the wrapper not keeping up. It was an even burn though, and the post light flavors were un effected. Ending the stick at 50 min, the flavors for the remainder of the stick were unchanged, which was just fine! Thank you very much to Bucanero Cigars for sending this sample for review.

  • Docbp87

    Hey Bryan, I have noticed in a lot of your videos you use a lighter that seems to have both a natural flame, and a torch style flame. That may just be the way it looks in the videos, but if not, I would love to know what lighter this is. It seems that you do your toasting with a natural flame, and then when you go to draw and finish the light, you switch to a torch flame. Is this the case, or am I just crazy?

    Thanks
    Burton

  • I use a natural flame when the wind allows – I switch tot he torch when I have to. It’s called the Double Flames Slide Lighter. It’s review is with the rest of the accessories: http://cigarobsession.com/humidor/

  • morpi167

    Red and spicy-salsa is definitely the perfect name for this cigar hahaha

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