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Falto Vejigante Cigar Review

Posted on Monday, January 30, 2012 in Cigar Reviews

 

Falto Vejigante Cigar Review

This 6.5×58 cigar features a medium brown slightly red wrapper with a soft texture, firm thin feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, quadruple cap and pungent hay and manure aroma. First light reveals near full body smoke with a thick creamy rich texture and flavors of a smooth oily soft tobacco with a zingy pepper and spice through the long finish. Draw is perfect, smoke out put is good. The first third burns very slowly, producing a medium body smoke with flavors of a silky smooth creamy nut, pulling the pepper and spice back almost completely. The burn is ok, a bit wonky but completely self correcting, typical of large ring gauges. 1 hour in at the 1/2 way there are no changes to the profile at all, it’s very consistent so far. Unfortunately there was a big glob of glue on the lower band that lifted part of the wrapper when removing, and the swelling on the filler is cracking it a bit as it burns down. Ending at 2 hours, the last third showed no flavor changes, proving to be a very consistent stick from start to finish. Thank you very much to Falto Cigars for sending this sample for review!

  • JJO

    Man, I’m really gonna have to try these Faltos sometime, but of course, I can’t find them in my area. I guess I’ll have to break down one of these days and get some online. Thanks for another great review.

  • Slizzard Lizard

    Really plows you in the mouth. That sounded bad. Haha. Made my day :-) Thanks for the reviews, keep em coming.