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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 #14: Not a good cigar. Extremely tight draw, got nothing out of it. The taste was okay, but still a big disapointment... - Submitted by SirSvempa on May 26, 2009

Review #13: NOV 07 I was surprised and very pleased with this cigar, though smelling it before being lit it is a very stinky cigar. I found this to be higher quality than many other cuban and honduran cigars I have tried. A very young tasting tobacco with definate grassy and wood flavours. My box has been aged almost a year. Ash was very firm and held on well for a 37 ring tripa corta. They are very well constructed, superior to that of many RyJ's i have tried. a good coffee cigar, not too bad with cognac either though probably not the best match. Best part about this cigar is the price, not putting too big a hole in your wallet every time you buy a box. maybe I got lucky with mine because my review doesnt seem to match up with many others. I do reccommend you try it though! - Submitted by antonius on October 12, 2008

Review #12: JAN 01 Lit one up from a box from 2001. Found it to be medium bodied with strong flavours of tobacco, pepper, spices and leather lingering on the palate. Not a bad smoke if you dont have much time and not exactly the prettiest panatela. I agree with review 11 about the fact that it tastes young for a cigar with 7 years of age. Consistent burn and good ash. Great to have on your 30 minute lunch break with a cup of coffee. Great value for what it is. - Submitted by thetim on September 2, 2008

Review #11: APR 01 This cigar (from a dress box ABR01) isn't about appearances or sublety. The draw is easy, the smoke full of clean tobacco flavor, some sassy tannics - tastes young even when 7 years old. Consistently good small cigar for the price. - Submitted by cpubiz on August 24, 2008

Review #10: SEP 07 These are a great cheap, everyday cigar, ideal with coffee. Honest, straight forward wood flavour with loads of creamy smoke and a nice medium strength kick. Good firm ash, 30mins smoke, no burn problems. My latest box dated sep07 arrived yesterday. Had my first today and smoking well already. Rating incorporates value for money aspect. - Submitted by swan25 on May 22, 2008

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