Quintero cigars are a handmade premium cigar selection with an interesting past. Founded in 1924 by under the Quintero y Hermanos brand, these Cuban cigars were made by hand at their factory in the little town of Cienfuegos. During the post-Cuban Revolution 1960's, Quintero became a machine-made cigar brand until 2002, when the regime - in an effort to promote Cuban cigars as premium products - returned it to a handmade cigar. So they could be sold in the U.S, in 2006, Altadis U.S.A. took a stab at the Quintero brand with an Honduran-made blend at their Santa Rosa de Copán factory, but it was short-lived.
NOW, in this rebooted Dominican-made version, the Quintero Cigars brand has risen from the ashes as a full-flavored tour de force. Using a deftly handcrafted blend of Dominican long-fillers, Piloto binder, and a shimmering Habano wrapper, the cigar issues a well-balanced, medium-full salvo of creamy, earthy-spicy flavors, and all at a very reasonable price. An excellent value for both the newer and more experienced cigar smoker who wants a rich-tasting cigar that satisfies any time of day or after dinner. Add some to your cart and taste for yourself.
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