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Team Cigar Review: El Artista Buffalo Ten Connecticut

Team Cigar Review: El Artista Buffalo Ten Connecticut

$5 for an overall flavor profile that is good. This equates to buy, buy, buy. If you like all the great softer flavor notes in a good Connecticut shade with a bit more spice, the El Artista Buffalo Ten Connecticut is no doubt for you. Even if you don't, I think you should buy a fiver for only $25 to try it. Big flavors, small hit to the wallet. You really can't beat that.

Cigar News: El Artista Buffalo TEN Connecticut Announced

Buffalo TEN Connecticut is a complex blend composed of five different tobaccos from across Central & South America and The Caribbean. Buffalo TEN Connecticut features a smooth and sweet Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper from El Artista’s own farms and a rich Cameroon binder. The filler blend is sourced from Nicaragua, and the company’s own farms in the Dominican Republic.

Cigar News: El Artista Buffalo TEN Natural Announced

Cigar News: El Artista Buffalo TEN Natural Announced

The new Buffalo TEN Natural features El Artista’s own Ecuadorian-grown Habano wrapper, an Indonesian Sumatra binder, and a proprietary blend of Nicaraguan, Dominican, and USA filler tobaccos. Offered in a single size of 50x6 Soft-Box-Pressed Toro as a 5-Pack for $22.50 SRP or as a Single in a 40-CT Tray for $5.00 SRP.

Team Cigar Review: El Artista Buffalo Ten

Team Cigar Review: El Artista Buffalo Ten

Overall, the El Artista Buffalo Ten is a really good cigar. I am just looking at the price on this smoke and shocked. I will be interested in seeing how this cigar smokes from sample to sample, the two I smoked were great, but that will be the key. Love finding smokes like this.

Cigar News: El Artista Buffalo TEN Announced

Cigar News: El Artista Buffalo TEN Announced

Buffalo TEN is a complex blend composed of six different tobaccos from across The Americas and Caribbean. Buffalo TEN features a toothy Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper and a rich Dominican Negrito binder. The filler blend is sourced from USA, Colombia, and the company’s own fields in the Dominican Republic.