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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.

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Review #88: SEP 08 Medium draw, with not a horible looking wraper. Nice soft sweet tobacco prelite aroma. Right away a hay like sweet tobacco flavour. End of first 3rd: medium to full, no spice and a kind of woody mushroomy earth tast that is wonderfull. Midway through second third and the body becomes full on Cuba spice. Bitterish, dry yet flavourfull and intense. A great ash and even burn so far. Bottom of second third 30 min in a relight is required. Final third: Pure nicotine and a tone of dark coffee and woody mushroomy goodness. Wow this thing is kick ass for such a cheap stick. Not for the weak but boy oh boy I think I like this! I will have to buy more the final third is the best part and well worth the wait. - Submitted by Ryker on May 9, 2011

Review #87: ---   I've smoked 2 or three boxes of these cigars and can safely say they're as close to the best "bang for the buck" one can get in a Cuban cigar. When living in Cuba for several months, I was lucky enough to get my hands on several "mazos" of peso cigars. These Cuban cigars are sold to the Cuban people in bunchs of 25 wrapped in a paper. Short filler but hand rolled. They smoke quite well and taste quite good. That is exactly what the Quintero Brevas is: smoke quite well and taste quite good. Now, they're not $1 for 25 like they are in Cuba but when bought at the right price, for $40-$50 a box, you've got yourself an incredible $2 cigar. 'Nuff said. - Submitted by chris12381 on December 16, 2010

Review #86: ---   Have smoked these every so often over the years. They're inexpensive. They're one of those cigars that start out strong... unmistakeably Cuban and the first few puffs are smooth and very ceader-y. However, as you start to get into them they start to go downhill a bit--the lesser quality of the tobacco starts to show. Not a bad cigar and I'd take one of these over 99.9% of non-Cubans but for the exact same price you're better off with a Por Larranaga or Rafael Gonzalez Panatelas which frankly puts the Brevas to utter shame at that price point. 5/10 on the Cuban scale. - Submitted by menschie on November 7, 2010

Review #85: JAN   Got a box from ENE10 (January 2010) and smoked one right away. A very nice cigar with very distinctive Cuban taste profile. Lots of thick smoke, excellent aroma, very clean on the palate. Smoking time around 40 minutes which is very good for such a small cigar. I'd take it over a lot of other non Cuban cigars. - Submitted by Lucky Break on October 23, 2010

Review #84: ---   For a cigar that is at a moderate price it starts off leathery with full tobacco flavour. It works. For the first and second third the cigar draws well, went out twice, but enjoyed the re-lite. I won't go back to it all the time as the end switches sour and you need a more premium tobacco to taste better in the end, but if you have those friends that don't smoke cigars all the time, take a couple of Quintero y Hno Brevas and enjoy. - Submitted by Marcel Z on August 17, 2010

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