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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.

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Review #95: --- 13 I bought several pieces to try it. After a year in humidor I smoked a couple. This cigar is not so bad, in my experience, as stated in some reviews. Simple, linear, average construction, medium in strenght. Good for non-smokers as a start cigar.Aging can remove the bitterness and harshness. - Submitted by kml on December 2, 2014

Review #94: MAY 11 The Quintero Brevas are very good cigars for the money, but I think they need about 3 years in a humidor to age and develop to their greatest potential. Wrappers are deep brown and oily, a bit rustic, but construction was good. Draw was a bit tight, but the cigars burn evenly. I smoked the first of a package of Brevas produced in May 2011 in September 2013. Even at this early stage the cigar was a pleasant 40 minute smoke, with a wonderfully complex, typically Cuban aroma. However, by January 2014 this Breva had improved significantly in complexity of taste, with notes of leather and cocoa. Strength is medium-full. - Submitted by Glen45 on January 22, 2014

Review #93: Not bad for the price,i have purchased 1 box of brevas,for about 45 Euros,25 of them.i enjoy them.well wrapped,some times a little bit of wood,makes the cigar not burning equally,but generally it is good,a kinf of bitterness,not hard to smoke. - Submitted by jack martins on July 12, 2013

Review #92: Smoking from a box I bought from Canada box date June 11 I think these cigars need a little more age, Still a little harsh and not as smooth as they normally are. The construction on these are not bad pleasant draw and a even burn how ever the wrappers on the cigars are very ugly and rustic to look at and with some sun spots on them but then again for the price there not to bad.Although I prefer the Quintero nacionales for about 10 to 20 dollars more you get a better quality cigar and they are totalmente a nano instead of machine bunched like the Brevas are. - Submitted by cohiba01 on April 22, 2012

Review #91: This is my 5th cigar I smoked from a box dated May/2010, and it has improved tremendously since the last 6 months. Burned very even all the way to the end. - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on February 16, 2012

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