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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 #85: JAN   Got a box from ENE10 (January 2010) and smoked one right away. A very nice cigar with very distinctive Cuban taste profile. Lots of thick smoke, excellent aroma, very clean on the palate. Smoking time around 40 minutes which is very good for such a small cigar. I'd take it over a lot of other non Cuban cigars. - Submitted by Lucky Break on October 23, 2010


Review #84: ---   For a cigar that is at a moderate price it starts off leathery with full tobacco flavour. It works. For the first and second third the cigar draws well, went out twice, but enjoyed the re-lite. I won't go back to it all the time as the end switches sour and you need a more premium tobacco to taste better in the end, but if you have those friends that don't smoke cigars all the time, take a couple of Quintero y Hno Brevas and enjoy. - Submitted by Marcel Z on August 17, 2010


Review #83: MAR 08 These cigars seem to get very mixed reviews. I have smoked Quinteros for a number of years now and have always found them to be an acceptable day time smoke. They are excellent value for money. My last box of hand made Brevas all smoked well. They start off mild and gather stength and taste as you smoke. The aroma and taste is unmistakably Cuban. They are not to be classed with cigars at 5 times their price, but they should not be dismissed to readily as most people can not always smoke expensive cigars. - Submitted by Nigel Moxley on June 22, 2010


Review #82: ---   you love or hate. strong and intense. manufacturing not excellent. good price. - Submitted by CICLOPEs on April 24, 2010


Review #81: ---   Αν και έχω μια αδυναμία με τα quintero, αυτό είναι ένα κακό πούρο, με χαλαρή κατάρτιση, γρήγορη καύση που καίει τη γλώσσα, δίχως να προλάβει να πει κάτι. Σα να καπνίζεις χαρτί πασπαλισμένο με πιπέρι, με λίγο άρωμα κακάο ανάμεσα. Δεν υπάρχει περίπτωση να το αγαπήσεις. - Submitted by cipu on March 22, 2010


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