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Quintero y Hno. Churchills

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Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) boxes of 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 25. Slide Lid Box: Boxes of 50.

Quintero y Hno. Churchills Review:

Its name may lead us to confusion, because the name does not correspond with its size, which can be a little smaller than churchills use to be. We can find blended with complexity hearthy, peppery, honey sweetness flavours and toasted tobacco taste among others.

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Review #4: Great cigar for the money, a very good every day smoke. Perfect draw, sweet honey and cedar for the opening, quickly building to a woody mushroomy middle and finishing off spicy and delicious. - Submitted by Ryker on June 6, 2011

Review #3: I just had one, from a well-kept dressbox dating back to before '85, before the date stamps were introduced. One of the most terrific aged smokes ever! Impeccably constructed even with a "solid foot", the prelit aroma and draw were already an enlightening experience. A slightly musty, delicate yet intense "Rancio" characteristic, reminiscent of that famous "forest soil" character and a fruitcake-tasting draw. Started mild and subtle, but with a definite freshly ground black pepper spice which stayed all the way through. Began to truly gain strength and power in the second third, becoming strong, full and most complex. A spicy, "black" tasting basis with a brandy-like aroma and palate appreciation. Almost "alcoholic" aroma, indescribable. It kept evolving to a rich cashew-finish and stayed divine down to a nub of below one inch. A terrific smoke, monumental and living up to its historic significance and reputation. WOW! Sorry, I have to give this one a rating of ten as it stands in line with my most memorable smokes ever, which is a lot to say. No pun intended, but may the cigar referred to in Review #2 have been another, more recent Quintero? - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on July 15, 2008

Review #2: I had this cigar about 3 hours after smoking a Diplamaticos No. 2. It was my first experience with this brand. It maybe my last. Very bland. I suppose a beginer would enjoy it. There seemed to be some subtle undertones, but they always stayed in the background. The construction, burn and draw were above average. - Submitted by kawasaki on April 12, 2008

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