Berger & Argenti Entubar Cigars
Berger & Argenti Entubar
One of the more unusual vitolas you'll ever see, the design of the Berger & Argenti Entubar cigar will nonetheless enthrall you with it's Old-World flavor and construction. Utilizing an long-forgotten rolling style in which each leaf and stalk of the Cuban seed Nicaraguan filler is cut and aged as one before being rolled into 'scrolls', skilled torcedors are able to provide a better draw and burn than if they had used the more common bunching technique. But what really makes this cigar unique is two-fold. The first is the caramel-colored Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper harvested in the 'Desflorado' method, where the tobacco plant's buds are cut before flowering. The second and most evident is the Jalapa-grown ligero 'fuse' which extends a quarter-inch from the foot.
Smooth and velvety, the wrapper provides a cane sugar sweetness to balance some of the allspice and pepper that pours from the double-capped head while the smoker puffs away the cares of the day. Packed into reinforced 20 count boxes and with a number of different sizes, this cigar should appeal to all fans of medium-full-bodied Nicaraguan stogies. In the end, the Berger & Argenti Entubar is a quality cigar from some of the best in the business which is a perfect fit for Connecticut-loving aficionados who prefer a bolder profile, in the vein of Perdomo Exhibicion Connecticut or Diamond Crown.
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