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Los Statos de Luxe Brevas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,6 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Wrapped in air-tight aluminium paper foil) boxes of 25. Cardboard Pack: (Without cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 25; (With cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 25.

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Review #5: 1996 Brevas, or Tres Dog as the fellas call it($3 smoke). I love this cigar. Brevas serve an important purpose rounding out my humidor. I've never been disappointed with the flavor although the construction often sucks...Write it off to character! Great smoke! - Submitted by Fortyog on September 7, 2007

Review #4: Agree with reviewer #2 - great cigar for outdoors. Many higher-quality, more tightly rolled, larger gauge cigars are hard to keep lit or relight for instance on the golf course. Not this fellow - great burn, easy to keep lit and relight if necessary. Here's a tip - for this cigar use a punch to open the cap, I find using a cutter the cap unravels a little. Inexpensive and satisfying when your mind's on the game :) Scores highly with me because it doesn't pretend to be anything more than it is. - Submitted by b3bmcwi on January 9, 2007

Review #3: I also have some of the 1996s. Nothing fancy here, but good solid strong tobacco flavor at a bargain price. I'd bet these were pretty rough when fresh, but 10 years of age has done wonders. Best machine made I've had. - Submitted by Bassman on December 23, 2006

Review #2: There are some 1996 vintage boxes currently available in Switzerland, at very reasonable prices. After having smoked a few, I find them to be quite pleasant. Yes, they are rather rough machine-mades, heavily veined, with short filler, and sometimes wierdly shaped from being pressed in their bundle-package. The aging seems to have done them good, as they burn very well and evenly, with no bitterness or excess tar. The taste is mostly earth and wood, and the body medium-strong. No elegance nor finesse here, just good old-time tobacco style. Particularly good for smoking outdoors. - Submitted by MontrealRon on December 6, 2006

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