Falto Invicto (Belicoso)

The Falto Invicto is a Dominican puro in a Belicoso size (6 ¼ x 52). Its blend, exclusively Dominican, makes it a medium to full bodied cigar, being more on the latter side; thanks to the meticulous and special selection of tobaccos from a singular farm. A delicious and silky Corojo wrapper surrounds the filler and binder that show touches of toasted wood, roasted coffee and molasses with perfect combustion and complexity.

Size: 6 ¼ x 52

Wrapper: Dominican Republic

Binder: Dominican Republic

Filler: Dominican Republic

La Garita Cigar Co., "Delirio" Cabinet Selection (Lonsdale)

The “Delirio” (6 ½ X 42) is a beautiful cigar. I love the Lonsdale size because it is an old time Cuban Vitola. It is elegant and majestic at the same time, a format that is not too thick nor too long. The “Delirio” has everything: complexity, smoothness, strength, great flavor and beautiful aromas.

Size: 6 ½ X 42

Wrapper: Dominican Republic

Binder: Dominican Republic

Filler: Dominican Republic and Nicaragua

Falto Mentor (Toro)

The Falto Mentor is a Toro (5 ¾ x 54) that I blended in honor of the man who taught me everything I know about tobacco and cigars. I have been closely working with him for over two decades, so this tribute was long overdue.


Some people try this cigar and consider it very flavored, others find it quite medium flavored. I find that it is a great balance between both spectrums with subtle tones of nuts, with some coffee and spice notes.

Size: 5 ¾ x 54

Wrapper: Ecuador

Binder: Sumatra Brazil and Cameroon

Filler: Dominican Republic, Brazil and Nicaragua

Falto Privilegio "Mi Viejo" Liga #8 & Liga #9 (Churchill)

The Falto Privilegio “Mi Viejo” blends are something extremely special. I decided on two ideal blends using different seeds of tobacco. Therefore, a box contains twenty cigars: ten cigars of Falto Privilegio “Mi Viejo” Liga #8 and ten of Falto Privilegio “Mi Viejo” Liga #9. Both in the same Churchill size (6 ⅜ x 48).


Both cigars have exactly the same blend with a Corojo Ecuador wrapper, Dominican binder and filler made up of Nicaraguan, Brazilian and Dominican tobaccos.


The difference is that in the Liga #8 as well as in the Liga #9, I use a tobacco called Viso, which is normally found in the second or third priming on the top of the tobacco plant. The seed of the Viso leaf is the essential detail.


The Liga #8 has a Viso of Cuban seed tobacco, delivering a medium to full flavored smoke with a rich balance and singular complexity. On the other hand, the Liga #9 carries the same percentage of Viso, but from Dominican seed tobacco, which offers us a more full flavored smoke with a richer complexity and exquisite balance. They are two completely distinct cigars and an example of what a difference a seed can make, even though both were grown in the Dominican Republic.

Size: 6 ⅜ x 48

Wrapper: Corojo Ecuador

Binder: Dominican Republic

Filler: Dominican Republic (Cuban Seed Viso on Liga #8 and Dominican Seed Viso on Liga #9), Brazil and Nicaragua.

Falto Los Procesos “Eminente”

The Falto Los Procesos “Eminente” (7 x 50) was blended using very special tobaccos to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Tabacalera Falto, Inc. In a Double Corona size, it has a rich Habana 2000 wrapper grown in Ecuador, a double binder of Carbonell and Habana Vuelta Arriba grown also in Ecuador and all Dominican filler tobaccos. This great cigar in oily and attractive with notes of sweet dried fruits and molasses that develop into a toasty, vanilla bean finish.

Size: 7 x 50

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habana 2000

Binder: Ecuadorian Grown Carbonell and HVA (Habana Vuelta Arriba)

Filler: Dominican Republic

Note: Los Procesos is Spanish for The Processes, in reference to all the processes the tobacco has to undergo until it is made into a cigar that is smoked and enjoyed. Eminente is Spanish for eminent, prominent and noted, referring to these important and precious steps.

Falto Vejigante (Grant Corona)

The Falto Vejigante is a Gran Toro (6 x 58) with an impressive profile. It has a Habano Ecuador wrapper with a double Dominican Corojo binder and filler consisting of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Cameroon. The tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua in the filler are all Ligero leafs. The Vejigante delivers a complex smoking experience, changing and developing its flavors and character through the entire cigar. It has very good notes of soft wood, nuts, dark roasted coffee, as well as dark chocolate and creamy flavors.

Size: 6 x 58

Wrapper: Habano Ecuador

Binder: Dominican Corojo

Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Cameroon

Falto Ingenio #10 (Figurado/Perfecto)

The Falto Ingenio #10 is a size that I call Figurado/Perfecto (6 x 60). It is a very elegant and imposing cigar with magnificent purity, delicious complexity and exciting balance. The wrapper is a great Corojo grown under the clouds of Ecuador and the filler is a combination of four different countries. Its strength and flavors are more to the full bodied than the medium bodied side with nice undertones of sweet spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg.

Size: 6 x 60

Wrapper: Corojo Ecuador

Binder: Nicaragua

Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Brazil and Cameroon

Falto Terruño “Hermanos”

The Falto Terruño “Hermanos” is a Robusto (5 x 50) that has lots of flavor. Although very balanced, as all my cigars, this cigar carries great tastes, magnificent aroma and an enjoyable blend altogether.

Size: 5 x 50

Wrapper: Dominican Corojo

Binder: Dominican Corojo

Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Cameroon

Note: Terruño is Spanish for the French term Terroir, referring to someone’s homeland, its earth and soil. Hermanos is Spanish from Brothers.