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Quintero y Hno. Panetelas

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Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,4 gr.Score:6.6
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 25. Cardboard Pack: (With cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 50; (Without cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 50.

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Review #19: The first draw was tight and flavorless but once the smoke started flowing this was a great little number. After my first I went back in to the tobacconist and bought the rest of the box. Boxed in Jun 11 they could stand being aged for another year or two, but I doubt they will stay in the humidor that long, they are just too easy to smoke. All in all a very nice cigar for the money. - Submitted by Shannon B on June 19, 2012

Review #18: ---   Typically as per my review for the Quintero Nacionales only this stick has bolder flavours and more body. Ideal for a short break. Based on my limited experience, this is perhaps the best short filler Cuban available and will put a number of long fillers charging 3 times the price to shame. - Submitted by sengjc on September 1, 2010

Review #17: OCT 08 A very surprising and enjoyable little cigar, very rounded flavour as you would expect from a Cuban cigar, nice even burn also. I would have no hesitation in recommending it as an everyday smoke. - Submitted by TG on January 1, 2010

Review #16: This cigar is a old friend of mine, and I just love it. It's surprisingly good for cigar that costs only 50 a box (in germany), very good every day cigar. You won't find better cuban cigar at that price. although being quite strong cigar, I would recommend this to beginners, for it doesn't have a lot of nicotine and it's quite easy to smoke. Good way to get to know havana cigars, before spending money on some real good cigars. Like many others here, I would strongly recommend it with coffee or better yet, with espresso. - Submitted by aleksi wikman on June 12, 2009

Review #15: I agree with the previous reviewer (#14) about the tightness of the draw of most of these sticks. Overall, they're not unpleasant... if far from being classics. A bit rough, they leave a little bitter after-taste. Smell strong and taste strong, but lack any complexity that a Bolivar, another strong smoke, offers for example. Average all the way: not altogether bad, but I would be quite sad if I were stuck on an island with only THAT to smoke, if you see what I mean. Still a good price-to-quality ratio. QyH sticks are comparable to JLPs for general quality in the cheapos category, in my opinion, and waaay better than Guantanameras. 6/10 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on June 2, 2009

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