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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

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bergerexilewired For today's two reviews, we have a couple of solid selections to present. The first is the Berger and Argenti Exile Wired Corona, which presents good quality and excellent value. The second is the E.P. Carrillo Short Run 2010 Delirios, a limited edition cigar that is loaded with flavor. Now that you have the gist behind the two, let's take a closer look....

Berger and Argenti Exile Wired Corona

Berger and Argenti is a brand headed by a pair of brothers in Al and Michael Argenti. Also participating in the brand's production is Henry Berger. The Exile Wired line is one that has received solid praise from critics in the past, and is seen as a quality cigar at an affordable price.

The Exile Wired Corona measures 5 1/2x 44. Berger and Argenti offers the line in three other sizes as well: the 4 1/2x 52 Rothschild, the 6 x 52 Torpedo, and the 7 1/4x 52 Double Corona. The cigar's filler is composed of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. It has a Connecticut Broadleaf binder. Finishing off the cigar is a wrapper grown by the Oliva family that is of the Ecuadorian Havana Seed Criollo variety. The Wired line is considered to be medium-bodied.

The Exile Wired Corona is not the prettiest cigar you will ever put your eyes on, although that might not matter to most smokers. Its wrapper almost has a “dirty” look to it, and there are plenty of veins running throughout its body. It has two decorative bands near the head. The top band is green and white in color with the Exiled name in large gold lettering. It also has a large red stamp on it that looks like a stamp of approval or something a person at a shipping dock would mark with it. The second band is more aesthetically pleasing with its black and gold color scheme and displays the words Hermanos Argenti. For your Spanish lesson of the day, hermanos means brothers when translated, which, in this case, obviously refers to the sibling team that runs the brand. Giving the cigar a quick feel reveals that it is very well packed with tobacco. The stick is so hard that it could probably double as a weapon should you find yourself in a hairy situation. Prior to lighting, the cigar gives off an earthy scent and has a cold taste of coffee.






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