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Quintero y Hno. Brevas

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Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:140
Format:NacionalesRing:40
Weight:7,6 gr.Score:6.0
Presentation: Foil Wrab Bundle.


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Review #45: I have to thank reviewer #41, I never really knew what "machine made, hand finished" meant. I think that if they ever legalized Cuban cigars in the US, this is the one that would be my everyday smoke; you just can't beat the price-flavor ratio. I've smoked about three boxes of these over the years and never been disappointed in the flavor. Of course there's always a few in each box that have quality problems but the rewards are worth it. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on February 19, 2006


Review #44: The QyH Brevas is a solid cigar. It burns straight and tastes good. It hints at being better than it should, when smoking the brevas. It's a teaser, moderate pleaser. I would grab for the Brevas, daily. Considering the small price, I would buy QyH Brevas, again. I like the price/stick ratio. It is a bargain Habanos. - Submitted by HUC on November 23, 2005


Review #43: Oh boy these cigars are a lottery, a box of 25 arrived and two were dented beyond use, three unravelled on being taken out of the box. Now having smoked six one was plugged and the rest tasty but not too harsh...but what a price - Submitted by seabaronk on November 3, 2005


Review #42: The first one I had was so hard I could have used it for batting practise. It lit well and burned evenly, but way to fast but absolutely no draw. I threw it out. Should have used it as a bat. The other two were left in the humidor. After only a week, I tried another one and could not believe it was the same cigar. Burned slowly this time and drew well. Good light-mild flavour and good endurance. I will buy these again if the third stick behaves as well as the second. Good value for money. - Submitted by puff_paddy on October 30, 2005


Review #41: What can be said about this cigar? It is best stated by what you get and what you don't get for your 60$/box. First, what you don't get: Fancy packaging. The brevas doesn't even warrant a wood box, instead it is a cardboard box containing a foil wrapped bundle of 25. You won't find that the cigars inside are "totalimente a mano" either. These cigars are machine bunched and then finished by hand (not necessarily a bad thing, because the "machines" used are more like mechanical rolling presses dating from the early 1900's--no electricity needed--, so essentially hand made anyway). If these things are important to you, you may want to pass on this cigar. Now what you do get: an honest, flavorful, everyday cuban cigar for about 2$/stick. If this is important to you, then by all means try this cigar! - Submitted by peteando on October 28, 2005


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