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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 #98: i find this stick as one of the cheapest ways to enjoy cuban tabacco. - Submitted by kamaz on July 6, 2015

Review #97: These are awesome for the price burn isn't perfect but that flavor that only a Cuban can have is there ! I will always have these to enjoy good for a daily smoke or if you're trying to age some top shelf Cuban s - Submitted by Hunter1974 on March 28, 2015

Review #96: awesome flavor ok burn - Submitted by Hunter1974 on March 18, 2015

Review #95: --- 13 I bought several pieces to try it. After a year in humidor I smoked a couple. This cigar is not so bad, in my experience, as stated in some reviews. Simple, linear, average construction, medium in strenght. Good for non-smokers as a start cigar.Aging can remove the bitterness and harshness. - Submitted by kml on December 2, 2014

Review #94: MAY 11 The Quintero Brevas are very good cigars for the money, but I think they need about 3 years in a humidor to age and develop to their greatest potential. Wrappers are deep brown and oily, a bit rustic, but construction was good. Draw was a bit tight, but the cigars burn evenly. I smoked the first of a package of Brevas produced in May 2011 in September 2013. Even at this early stage the cigar was a pleasant 40 minute smoke, with a wonderfully complex, typically Cuban aroma. However, by January 2014 this Breva had improved significantly in complexity of taste, with notes of leather and cocoa. Strength is medium-full. - Submitted by Glen45 on January 22, 2014

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