Berger and Argenti is headed up by Michael and Al Argenti, a couple of brothers that have a lot of experience in the cigar industry. Michael used to be an executive at Perdomo and Cuban Imports has worked with Altadis in the past.
This line is made from a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers, a Nicaraguan binder, and an Ecuador grown Connecticut 'Desflorado' leaf. The Entubar is so named for the method by which it is constructed; that is, the filler tobacco is rolled rather than folded into a bunch. The most intriguing part of the cigar, however, is its foot.
A small segment of rolled (or entubed) tobacco on the Entubar cigar protrudes about 3/8 of an inch from the cigar's foot to accentuate the method.