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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 #60: Very bad cigar - Submitted by krishmetz on January 21, 2007


Review #59: At times very bitter, always a tight draw, other times some interesting and spicy tastes. I paid € 2.70 at my local tobacconist in Berlin. In a way, because my experience is limited and I've been smoking RJ's and Partagas, I wanted to try a cheaper one out, but I have to say I'm disappointed and see that the price is not just a statis thing - there really is such thing as good quality. If this one is smoked slowly, it won't be as bitter. - Submitted by mdecristo on January 21, 2007


Review #58: It is unbelivible. But I had meanwhile 2 of them. The first was marvelos and the second only had a very tight draw. But tastewise everything was there, sweetness and a very nice balanced spicyness with good old habano aroma flavors. Mine were from 2003 and even better than my Trinidad Coloniales from 2004 (which might become better with a bit of age)but pricewise !!! the Trinnis are nearly 5 times more expanciv becuse of the tght draw the rating is 8/10 only - Submitted by bolibeli on January 18, 2007


Review #57: I just bought a box (25) of these for eur 54. I am surprised the reviews don't mention that these are short fillers! The back of the box says TC: tripa corta. OK, you cannot compare them to the usual Cuban long fillers but they are excellent short fillers that offer real Cuban taste & flavor. - Submitted by waalkens on January 9, 2007


Review #56: I'm a jovial positive person, but this is hands down the worst cuban on the market. Poor construction, blan to no taste and inconsistant draw. They did have a nice box press to them. Some may suggest they would recommend this stick to new comers to the world of habanas, I would beg to differ. I would prefer to give something of a little more substance. There are non cubans on the market, in the same price range that are far better. Lets consider this, if you walked in to your local tabacoist and bought a box of 50.00 cigars, your choices would be very limited. You would be settling on quaility over quainity. I am amazed at the reviews here. Do people think that just because these are from cuba that they have to be good? Cubans may be a static symble but bad is bad. Most reviews state that they are a good cigar for the money, just not true. Fonseca and JLP are far better for just about the same price. - Submitted by elaw on December 21, 2006


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