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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 #15: Not a good smoke at all. The taste was quite simple: ash!. This machine made cigar (2 dollars worth) was hot and ashey right from the start. After 30 minutes I gave it up and the cigar found it's final resting place. In my humidor it was next to a Cohiba Siglo 6 for 2 weeks. Sorry mr.Siglo!! (would u park your ferrari next to an old Dodge?) - Submitted by Actionhost on September 5, 2004


Review #14: Super-Cheap, yet some are pugnant, bitter-tasting sticks. A fair harsh smoke at best... they do start off nicely, but turn on you after two inches or so...easy going draw, but definately not a stash for the humidor. A 5 out of 10 rating. Highly recommend the Guantamera Brand as a much smoother, better tasting machine made alternative. - Submitted by Tony M. on August 12, 2004Submitted by Tony M. on August 12, 2004


Review #13: I with my buddies had a nice "reviewtime" last night. They winded the humidors and we got a lot of Q`s to enjoy. OK, we got from 01 to 03, and we supposed this kind of cig´s aren`t worth of aging! They`re best of the box, 1yr of factory. Crisp, peppery, not lot of aroma but lot of the people are not wrong! Newbies, smoke one, and make your own opinion. - Submitted by rookie on June 14, 2004


Review #12: I don't know if this is the same cigar that Habanos, S.A. markets in Mexico as Nacionales, (it's the same vitola), and it's an excellent one. For a very decent price you get a very potent one hour, slow burning, and very well constructed habano. The flavors are in the sweet range, and surprinsingly complex for a small ring cigar like this one. Don't miss it! - Submitted by Estrella on June 14, 2004


Review #11: Have smoked Hundreds of these over 20 years and they do vary a lot in quality but bought 200 from Spain last year and they have been superb! Oily wrappers and Very good construction the best bargin around apart from Raphael Gonzazles Panatelas Extra which are even better.Definatelynot a cigar for the begginer. - Submitted by Musictom 1 on June 6, 2004


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