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Quintero y Hno. Panetelas

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Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThinLength:127
Format:VegueritoRing:37
Weight:6,4 gr.Score:6.6
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 25. Cardboard Pack: (With cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 50; (Without cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 50.

Quintero y Hno. Panetelas Review:

Small and very strong cigar with a pronounced tobacco taste. The recommended ageing for this cigar is at least three years. Perfect with a cup of coffee. Strength 4/5.

Average user rating


Review #22: Was curious to try a cigar from Quintero line. Had Tried a Londres earlier and now this Panatela. Agree with the reviewer #15 on every aspect about this cigar. And I might add that JLPs, in my opinion, just better represent Cuban cigars in this range. - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on August 6, 2013


Review #21: This cigar was tight in beginning then it open up with hints of cucumber which I personally enjoy for me that Cuban flavor with hints of cucumber was just what the doctor ordered for me and is a favorite of mines along with price $69 for a box of 25 make this an everyday smoke not a classic but enjoyable smoke - Submitted by dfaison12 on January 20, 2013


Review #20: This cigar was tight in beginning then it open up with hints of cucumber which I personally enjoy for me that Cuban flavor with hints of cucumber was just what the doctor ordered for me and is a favorite of mines along with price $69 for a box of 25 make this an everyday smoke not a classic but enjoyable smoke - Submitted by dfaison12 on January 20, 2013


Review #19: The first draw was tight and flavorless but once the smoke started flowing this was a great little number. After my first I went back in to the tobacconist and bought the rest of the box. Boxed in Jun 11 they could stand being aged for another year or two, but I doubt they will stay in the humidor that long, they are just too easy to smoke. All in all a very nice cigar for the money. - Submitted by Shannon B on June 19, 2012


Review #18: ---   Typically as per my review for the Quintero Nacionales only this stick has bolder flavours and more body. Ideal for a short break. Based on my limited experience, this is perhaps the best short filler Cuban available and will put a number of long fillers charging 3 times the price to shame. - Submitted by sengjc on September 1, 2010


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