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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.

Average user rating

Review #50: I bought a box of these and I have to say that this is the everyday cigar. It has personality or depth, but has a strong taste that tells you're smoking a cigar. It' a fairly good smoke till the end. Although I've always wanted to stop in the middle. A little more spice than Jose L. Piedra Conservas witch is another favorite of mine. - Submitted by Henkmeester on June 14, 2006

Review #49: This wasn't a bad Habano,but it wasn't great either.Started out a little mild but got richer as it was smoked.It's not complex although it has that Cuban flavor and aroma.Mine had a lot of veins in the wrapper that caused the burn to become uneven from time to time.Had a short finish.Good value. - Submitted by afuentelover on May 26, 2006

Review #48: I've Just bought a box of these and although I've have only smoked one, it was enough to persuad me to buy another box immediately. It starts a lot milder than I expected, but soon develops a medium strong flavor. Which lacks the complexity of premium brands; however, at under £2 a stick, the Quintero Brevas is incredible value. With an even burn, excellent draw and good smoke; that smells richer than the taste, until this is picked up, towards the end. I would recommend these as daily smokes, that are good enough for any occasion. - Submitted by asombraresplenddidos on May 10, 2006

Review #47: I recently bought a box of Brevas for a colleague based upon the positive reviews and after he said they were very good, decided to take him up on an offer to smoke one. At first glance, it appeared well made, but not in the same league with a premium hand made as the end was a little ragged. Only a slight pre-light aroma. Lit easily. A medium strength cigar. Smelled much richer when lit. Easy draw and even burn. No problem staying lit. Cigar certainly not bunched as densely as “premiums.” I was unable to find any discernable subtle complexions to the smoke, but it remains a nice cigar. While not my first choice, the cigar is certainly a good value for the money cigar and should be appealing to those who what to smoke a Habano, but have budgetary constraints. Surprisingly enjoyable at less than 3 USD a stick. - Submitted by hoodlum on April 30, 2006

Review #46: really strong, not too complex but I liked it. good value for money. Try it with a full stomach. - Submitted by leonidou on March 22, 2006

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