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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 #63: This cigar is not bad for a money you give,but I also think that is better to give a little more money and have much better cigar for every day smoke like Partagas or Romeo y Julieta mille fleurs...And this brevas is better when stay in humidor some time. - Submitted by Marcowind on February 22, 2007

Review #62: It's an OK to have for an everyday cigar. Good Money/performance, but why not to go for a RJ Millefleurs? - Submitted by ugur.yilmaz on February 12, 2007

Review #61: Simplicity often suits me. Life has many complexities and I find it pleasant to sit with a simple cigar that tastes like tobacco - especially Cuban. I've had no problem with construction - somewhat softer than I prefer but they have never fallen apart on me. Short filler isn't necessarily a bad thing as long as the tobacco is good. They are certainly better than many more expensive non-Cubans. I would trade a box of Joya de Nicaragua for a single Quintero any day. I almost wish I had never even smoked a Cuban cigar; they really are better and I can't put my finger on why and my old favorites just don't do it for me any more. They don't have that thing, whatever it is. Even the lowly Quintero has it. I don't know what it is, but I want it. - Submitted by steveclark on February 4, 2007

Review #60: Very bad cigar - Submitted by krishmetz on January 21, 2007

Review #59: At times very bitter, always a tight draw, other times some interesting and spicy tastes. I paid € 2.70 at my local tobacconist in Berlin. In a way, because my experience is limited and I've been smoking RJ's and Partagas, I wanted to try a cheaper one out, but I have to say I'm disappointed and see that the price is not just a statis thing - there really is such thing as good quality. If this one is smoked slowly, it won't be as bitter. - Submitted by mdecristo on January 21, 2007

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