“The body smells like fermented tobacco while the foot carries a mint-like scent combined with a faint hint of spice.”
“A solid flavoring of wood begins my journey into this cigar. There’s a hint of spice that’s present as well and it starts to develop into a more prominent flavor. Coffee and chocolate flavors also begin to make their presence known, and there’s a faint hint of leather mixing with the spice in the long finish.”
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This Entubar cigar takes the V32 name because the center tube is thicker than the other lines (32 ring gauge to be specific). Essentially, it’s a small cigar of ligero in the middle of a larger cigar. The Nicaraguan puro features a Jalapa Valley wrapper around binder and filler tobaccos from the Estelí, Condega, Jalapa, and Jinotega regions.
The result is a full-bodied, balanced cigar with tons of chocolate and earth. The flavor is like a really good cup of hot chocolate (not that instant junk). With saltiness and wood notes that emerge towards the second half of the cigar, it is a very savory smoke.
Despite the high price, I found this to be a very impressive cigar. Savory, flavorful, and balanced, the V32 will appeal to almost all cigar smokers and is a must-try for maduro fans.
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“The initial puffs produced a healthy amount of smoke coated my entire pallet with spice, wood and a hint of cream in the background. For such a mellow looking cigar, the flavors were much more pronounced. The sun grown wrapper and Nicaraguan filler and binder all worked well in combination, giving the cigar much more depth of flavor and complexity.”Details
The limited edition did not disappoint. It’s a Dominican puro, but like so many cigars from the Dominican Republic these days, the Oktoberfest has little in common with what many of us think of as the light, toasty, typical smoke from that country.
The flavors are dark, rich, and full. Strength is medium to full, though
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I must say, the Mooch Loll is has one of the most interesting presentations I have seen. The bottom third of the cigar comes wrapped in a small replica newspaper that talks about the old Kennedy embargo on Cuban imports. If you like cigar memorabilia, the mini-paper is a keeper. Just above it is a small brown band that displays the Mooch label. A final decorative piece comes in the form of a band near the head with the Berger & Argenti name. Once you get past all the pieces of aesthetic flair, you have yourself a solid looking stick.
The Mooch Loll lights easily and has a great draw. It also produces plenty of smoke and some attractive white ash that refrains from falling all over my lap. The burn is even and requires zero touch-ups or re-lights.Details
If heaven is doing what you love for a living, then Sean Williams is literally living in the clouds. The New Orleans native sat down with Loop 21 this summer to talk to us about the cigar community, why “cubans” aren’t the best and why nobody ever compliments you for smoking a Newport.
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The q d’etat line has a simple straight forward message: fight for your rights. Consequently the cigar is intended to have very Straightforward, distinctive flavors. In the case of the molotov, the shape offers the added bonus of seeing how the blend tastes in 3 distinct wrapper/binder filler ratios, as the cigar’s ring gauge starts at 44, goes up to 58, and back down to 38
This is a great after dinner cigar. The dark flavors of coffee and leather compliment a meal wonderfully.
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CigarSmokers.com review of the Berger & Argenti Entubar “Very woody and sweet; with thick creamy smoke. On par with the creaminess of an Opus X, I’d say.”Details