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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:6.1
Presentation: Foil Wrab Bundle.

Average user rating

Review #28: Just ordered my humi for the last cigarars i received, and , fortunally found 3 Quinteros yr 01 left. Smoked one, and revied last year they are not better or worse. Some harsh and bitter of the taste has gone away, still the cigar for the budget man (woman). Not bat either, do not know are these ones going to the swampy liner? Best to be than they are, really cheap and nice Cubans! - Submitted by rookie on January 6, 2005

Review #27: This is a great cigar for the money. - Submitted by unknown on December 20, 2004

Review #26: Have tried cigars from Davidoff Dom Perignon (old cuban) to Romeo Y Julieta Churchills, however, in 26 years, if one knows how to smoke and work a cigar, the value for Quintero Brevas is good. - Submitted by H. W. Ang on December 13, 2004

Review #25: I've bought a few now> None were plugged, and all burned fairly evenly. I would agree with review 24 in that this cigar is a bit one-dimensional and could become boring if smoked too often. For the occasional smoker, or one that smokes different cigars depending on mood/ time of day. - Submitted by skatellite on November 13, 2004

Review #24: Quintero Brevas used to be a staple of mine years ago. A few days back, I decided to revisit the model on a whim, buying a single at a magazine shop. It hasn't changed a bit: exceedingly full bodied (producing the sensation of having eaten a large meal by the time it's over), with rich but simple and coarse tastes of leather and spice. Construction was near-perfect, and the cigar wasn't particularly green or ammoniac (unlike nearly all MM Havanas). I would not hesitate to recommend this model to the frugal or casual smoker, with the caveat that its flavours can grow tiresome and boring if it is smoked too often. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on November 8, 2004

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