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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 #25: I've bought a few now> None were plugged, and all burned fairly evenly. I would agree with review 24 in that this cigar is a bit one-dimensional and could become boring if smoked too often. For the occasional smoker, or one that smokes different cigars depending on mood/ time of day. - Submitted by skatellite on November 13, 2004


Review #24: Quintero Brevas used to be a staple of mine years ago. A few days back, I decided to revisit the model on a whim, buying a single at a magazine shop. It hasn't changed a bit: exceedingly full bodied (producing the sensation of having eaten a large meal by the time it's over), with rich but simple and coarse tastes of leather and spice. Construction was near-perfect, and the cigar wasn't particularly green or ammoniac (unlike nearly all MM Havanas). I would not hesitate to recommend this model to the frugal or casual smoker, with the caveat that its flavours can grow tiresome and boring if it is smoked too often. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on November 8, 2004


Review #23: I have really tried to like the Brevas. But out of almost a dozen of them, almost every one has been plugged. The taste is great for the money, but given the construction issues, my advice would be look elsewhere. - Submitted by Herfzilla on October 24, 2004


Review #22: My second review. After about smoking a dozen or so they do vary a lot in taste and burn quality. For the most part I have been satisfied. Some of the quinteros simply do not draw well. For those that may not be a fan of this cigar try a romeo and julieta petit cedro(spelling?) a little smaller than the quintero with a much bolder taste for about the same price. - Submitted by mrfongul on October 23, 2004


Review #21: Big Dave is right. I gave this smoke many chances already. Maybe we are getting lower grade samples in this market but those that I tried all tasted like cardboard. - Submitted by tang on October 22, 2004


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