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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:6.1
Presentation: Foil Wrab Bundle.


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Review #93: Not bad for the price,i have purchased 1 box of brevas,for about 45 Euros,25 of them.i enjoy them.well wrapped,some times a little bit of wood,makes the cigar not burning equally,but generally it is good,a kinf of bitterness,not hard to smoke. - Submitted by jack martins on July 12, 2013


Review #92: Smoking from a box I bought from Canada box date June 11 I think these cigars need a little more age, Still a little harsh and not as smooth as they normally are. The construction on these are not bad pleasant draw and a even burn how ever the wrappers on the cigars are very ugly and rustic to look at and with some sun spots on them but then again for the price there not to bad.Although I prefer the Quintero nacionales for about 10 to 20 dollars more you get a better quality cigar and they are totalmente a nano instead of machine bunched like the Brevas are. - Submitted by cohiba01 on April 22, 2012


Review #91: This is my 5th cigar I smoked from a box dated May/2010, and it has improved tremendously since the last 6 months. Burned very even all the way to the end. - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on February 16, 2012


Review #90: --- 00 i purchased 2 boxes 4 months ago , they were just ok but now with 4 months of age they have gotten really good.wow !!!! - Submitted by airmikey on November 2, 2011


Review #89: I have just purchased a supply 25 of these cigars here in Malta for the sum of 35.80 (32.00) These were supplied in a foil wrap bundle within a small cardboard box. The date on the box was April 2010. Having previously purchased a box of Nationales and not enjoyed them at all,I was apprehensive as what to expect from the Brevos. I was not dissapointed in any way having just finished a cigar from this batch. The smoke was a delight, smooth and extremely enjoyable. You see one can purchase cheaper cigars and have full contentment in the cigar. Would I buy these again, well, yes!! - Submitted by Maltaman on August 26, 2011


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