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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 #40: Well, I was giventwo of these to smoke by afriend who suggested them as "Tasty but not too strong for a virgin like you." Well quite right for a cigar beginner like me they were an easier but smoke than the Upmann and Romeo y Julieta of similar size I have tried since. - Submitted by seabaronk on October 9, 2005


Review #39: Bought for less than $10 AU each, these are one of a few cigars i recommend for new comers to start their cuban experience or to introduce them to real tobacco flavour and away from cheap vanilla type cigars. Very mild for Vuelta Abajo tobacco, they provide a great day time cigar for occasions when a stronger habano may offend non smokers (scum bags). Great price for what ive found to always be an easy buring, light smoking cigar. - Submitted by Heman Steve on August 15, 2005


Review #38: For the price, a very good cigar. I\'ve met many Breva lovers who say that these are the best value in Cuban cigars if you allow them some time to age. Had one with a glass of De Dolle Oerbier. Medium-body, toasty, and a little-bit cocoa-like. - Submitted by Black Plague on July 28, 2005


Review #37: I cant complain the price is right.not bad at all.I think it still better than most noncubans.Some of these sticks were better than others in my box - Submitted by Ron on June 4, 2005


Review #36: OK, let\'s be honest - this is not a great cigar. Let\'s be completely honest: this cigar is just good enough for \"now leave me alone with a pint of lager\" daily pattern frequently exercised here, in Cyprus. Actually, the only problem with this one is inconsistent build quality. Draw was reasonably easy, with whitish ashes and strong flavours – what more do you really expect for around $2. Grab your daily newspaper… and a pint… - Submitted by Milutin on May 18, 2005


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