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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 #75: APR 07 This cigar is woody,earthy and a hearty smoke. When young it is a very intense smoke, although when age properly this cigar get more smooth and balance. Sure the flavours doesnīt change but itīs a great everyday cigar I love it for what it is which itīs very earthy, woody with some spice. - Submitted by DG on February 16, 2009


Review #74: JUL 07 Its considered my everyday cigar. I agree with the review you will either love it or hate it. I would like to consider it my poor choice Habano! We can't always pull away on a Hoyo, Montecristo or Cohiba. Its medium light flavor, easy to smoke better than smoking anything non-cuban in my books. 60% - Submitted by Cuba_Raff on August 27, 2008


Review #73: JUL 08 Somebody let me try a Quintero Nacionales and I was amazed that such a cheap cigar can be enoyed as a real Habana. Later I bought a 25 pack of Brevas at Zuerich Airport for EUR 31 and put it mixed side by side together with my Partagas Cigars (under required humidity) into my humidor. It improved considerably after a period of 8-10 months in the surface appearance of the smoke smell and tast although the body character of the cigar could not be changed. It is still a light cigar but with typical elements of taste of a Habana Cigar. Quintero cigars have a good outside finish and usually burn considerably well, if smoked with some concentration. Unfortunately, some are rolled a bit tightly and draw suffers, but usually all cigars of a box are smokable. Some cigars in a box could be also significantly different in diameter, i.e. diameters can range from 14 mm to 17 mm but the core volume of it is around 16 mm. Ashes drop fairly easy and needs attention unlike other Habans, especially 'long fillers'. The smoke smells elegant and light, taste is a bit complex habanalike and best in the first half and simplifies continously towards a taste of a cheap cigar as it goes to the end. It's not a finger burner, but I prefer it by all means to much more expensive Davidoffs, which taste mostly like cow dung! - Submitted by walter woerle on July 31, 2008


Review #72: SEP 07 You get what you pay for...bought mine online for 65USD and won't complain..I've paid lots more and they were terrible - Submitted by mrtomcat on July 17, 2008


Review #71: OCT 07 裹得太紧了!抽吸不顺畅!很难吸!而且有很重的氨水味道! - Submitted by luo01 on July 14, 2008


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