Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 07 March 2011

User Rating: / 1

berger and argentiberger and argenti entubar quad maduro corona macho
gran habanogran habano connecticut 1 robusto


At first glance, you can tell that the Entubar Quad Maduro Corona Macho is a very unique cigar with some character. The small protrusion of Ligero tobacco at its foot almost looks like a fuse. The box-pressed shape is eye-catching as well. Construction appears to be superb overall. The triple cap is neat, and there are very few veins that are present. The wrapper is very dark and oily. The cigar's firmness reveals that it is well-packed with tobacco. There are two bands. The band near the head is quite large and displays the Berger & Argenti Logo. The band at the foot serves as an advisory on how to properly light the cigar. Before lighting, there is a sweet cold taste, while the scent is earthy.

The Entubar Quad Maduro's impressive construction translates into an excellent burn. The draw is easy and produces a good amount of smoke. The light ash is solid. The burn stays even throughout the smoke, and only one touch-up is needed. Re-lighting is not an issue.

The cigar is a winner in the flavor department as well. It's not exactly a powerhouse, but it does have a kick to it. The smoke begins with subtle sweetness that is soon accompanied by spice. In the second third, some earth and nuts appear. The earth seems to continue into the final third, and it is joined by some prominent notes of cedar.

So, what's the final verdict on the Entubar Quad Maduro Corona Macho? The cigar is good, plain and simple. Its appearance will likely have you giving it the once-over for a bit, especially when you consider the rare form and attention to detail involved in its construction. The flavors are varied and a nice amount of complexity is offered. The Corona Macho seems as if it would be a solid smoke to enjoy after a meal. Experienced smokers and those who enjoy full-bodied cigars should find it to be right up their alley. You can find the Corona Macho in Spanish cedar boxes of 20 or packs of five. A single hovers around the $8 mark. That's not too bad considering its overall quality and the fact that it's a small batch cigar.

The Berger & Argenti Entubar Quad Maduro Corona Macho earns a solid rating of 3.25 out of four stars.








0 # RE: Gran Habano Connecticut #1 Robusto Review and the Berger & Argenti Entubar Quad Maduro Corona Macho Reviewammosmoke 2011-03-07 16:26
Might I ask what you mean by a "cold" taste? Is it similar in effect to what you get from mint gum?

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