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Falto Prominente Gran Reserva Especial Perfecto Cigar Review

Posted on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 in Cigar Reviews

 

Falto Prominente Gran Reserva Especial Perfecto Cigar Review

This 4.5×47 stick features a dark brown slightly mottled wrapper with a firm even pack, bowling pin shape, barely open foot, tiny little double cap, minimal veins, tight invisible seams and damp tobacco aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with full bodied+ flavors of a substantially deep rich smooth tobacco and a bit of pepper on the long finish. The tapered foot was a bit hard to get going but after 5 minutes it settled to a full bodied creamy tobacco and sweet redhot candy cinnamon on the draw with a bit of the sweet tingle left through the finish. 1/2 way in just 20 minutes later the strength has ramped way up, making me very dizzy – I’m a lightweight! Putting it down 30 minutes in with an inch left, it carried the same flavor profile all the way through. Thank you very much to Falto Cigars for sending this for review!

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  1. Anarky says:

    Awesome tip about sugar! I’ll have to remember that! Thanks!

  2. RyanG says:

    LOL! As soon as I saw the title on the main page I knew you would have a small smile while saying the name!

  3. Greg Bellante says:

    That powerful Eh! How would you rate it strength wise in comparison to the Cain Maduro double toro cigar ? It seemed that cigar as well was pretty stong. I’ve tried the Cain line before and it’s not for me for the very same reason you express here although the Cain Daytona wasn’t to bad at all.

  4. Brian says:

    This video was funny. I was wondering if you were gonna review a liga privada t52 anytime soon.

  5. RyanG says:

    The strength factor really has me scratching my head lately. I had an Alec Bradley Tempus the other night that COMPLETELY kicked my ass. I’ve had a few Tempuses (Tempii?) before with no problem, but this last one absolutely floored me. Dizzy, nauseous, shaky, the whole bit. I wonder what was different about the one stick? Anyway, thanks a lot about the sugar tip; it makes sense, and I can’t wait to try it the next time one of my smokes pulls a fast one on me!

  6. Bigulp says:

    Impressive ash on it. Watching ya get knocked around is always fun.

  7. yosef5 says:

    Another cigar that I never heard of.
    Thanks for this review

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