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Quintero y Hno. Brevas

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Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:7,6 gr.Score:6.0
Presentation: Foil Wrab Bundle.

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Review #55: The Quintero Brevas is probably the best stick in this price class. Nice spiciness with very raw taste of tobacco. For this price I think it's better than the J.L Piedras, mostly because the Brevas is spicier. The one's I've smoked so far have burned well. I have a couple boxes of these in my humidor so I have something cheap to smoke. - Submitted by Lemon on December 11, 2006

Review #54: Picked up a couple of two year old boxes - one for current smoking, another to put away. After a half dozen, all similar : Not bad at all. Mild to medium in taste, but very full-bodied. A quite distinctive taste, easily recognizible, but not so easy to describe. Mostly toasty tobacco, with hints of wood and leather. Low in tannin, so little bitterness; they burn well, and smoke well, even so young. No complexities here, but a good old-fashioned Cuban taste, at a very good price. - Submitted by MontrealRon on December 6, 2006

Review #53: Rubbish! Taste cheap, bitter and they fall apart in your mouth. A poor cuban cigar, but you get what you pay fo! - Submitted by cjarman on November 9, 2006

Review #52: These are excellent value, I think, and at 1.30 euro (about $1.70) each in Spain, they are a steal. No, they are not very complex but are a well-made, honest to goodness smoke for everyday use. - Submitted by Sevilla on November 7, 2006

Review #51: Really like these,not too strong but not to weak either.Good for a newcomer to cubans as a first smoke,reminds me of a Jose Piedra Nationale.Fairly good value for money($7.00 in Australia)will definitly be enjoying more of these in future. - Submitted by aussie shaun on July 11, 2006

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