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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 #9: A real surprise. Strong cigar with nice flavor, consistantly slow burning and even ash. A great "quick" daily smoke. Not the prettiest stick in the humidor, but this little cuban it's a very pleasant way to spend a half hour. Impressive and exciting for it's money. - Submitted by cipu on May 6, 2008

Review #8: Well here is another little gem from Quintero... I have always been a big fan of this brand and find it a great every day cigar! - Submitted by pshamrock on April 20, 2008

Review #7: Yuk. Strong, bitter and rough. They're very cheap and so they should be. Have a Rafael Gonzales panatela extra instead - Submitted by gazmac on August 23, 2007

Review #6: Una vez mas, un quintero viejo es un puro mas que aceptable. El que tengo en mis manos es del 98. Sabor fuerte a madera, chocolate y algo terroso, aunque de aroma poco refinado. El tiro justito, el tipico de aquellos años. Merece la pena, sobretodo por el sabor a tabacazo. - Submitted by rafa on July 10, 2007

Review #5: Hola. Siento no estar de acuerdo con Review 3. Este cigarro cuando está bienañejado desarrolla fortaleza con un punto ligeramente amargo, perceptible desde el primer momomento, que le aporta mucha clase y personalidad. es curioso como Quintero sgue desarrolando un sabor tradicional del Habano que tiene su propio público fiel desde generaciones. Un pequeño Gran cigarro clásico. - Submitted by olisiponense on April 28, 2007

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