Berger & Argenti Cigar Reviews

Berger & Argenti Cigar Reviews

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Berger & Argenti Clasico Belicoso Cigar Review

The 5.75x50 cigar had a brown, firm, but textured wrapper with a pleasant tobacco aroma. The total burn time was just over 1:45 at the band point and the smoke was nearly razor-sharp all the way down. The ash was light gray and white, lasting for 1 1/2 inches at a stretch. Although the draw was very loose, it produced enormous amounts of rich smoke without any effort. It was amazing to be able to produce so much smoke and flavor with such a simple draw. The flavors were consistent and dominated by smooth cocoa with a medium body. The finish was creamy and smooth with a peppery, spicy zing. Berger & Argenti, thank you for the sample!



Berger & Argenti Entubar Robusto Cigar Review


The 5 1/4x54 stick had a consistent flavor profile. It contained a deep, rich tobacco flavor with hints of leather in the first half and some barnyard through the second. It had a pleasant peppery flavor and a slight tingle to the tongue. The draw was loose with just the right amount of resistance to ensure a smooth, even burn. Amazingly, the ash held on for 4 inches before falling apart in one big column. The total smoke time was approximately 1 1/2 hours, with about 1'' left. It also remained consistent in flavor and temperature throughout the entire process to that nub.


Berger & Argenti Entubar V32 Khilla Corona Cigar Review


The 4 7/8x50 cigar has a brown Maduro wrapper that is very thin. It also features a tight triple cap, tight seams, and an oily musty smell. The first light shows a full-bodied, peppery, oily, and woody flavor with a strong spice blast. The flavors were not apparent until the whole was toasted. It was difficult to light. The first third of the draw mellows a lot, releasing all the spice and pepper. It leaves a medium-bodied oily wood flavor with a long, parched finish. The draw is a little tight but produces excellent smoke. It has a good burn and leaves ash. 35 minutes in, I was almost at the halfway point. I took out the remaining bands. They came off easily since they were stickers. The flavors have added a little bit of chocolate and a touch of coffee to this mix. The pepper is slowly returning to the finish with a slight kick. Just 50 minutes into the final third, the ash has dropped in a large chunk. The smoke is rich and medium-full bodied, adding a pleasant cordial flavor to the draw. This blends well with the smoother tobacco and chocolate flavors. The burn is perfectly even and long-lasting. A little bit of strength has slipped in to give you a buzz.



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