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Like Ramon Allones, this brand was also founded by brothers. Its original name was Quintero y Hermanos, and the main Quintero stood for Agustin Quintero who built his cigar factory in 1924. The cigar-making facility was founded in the brothers' hometown of Cienfuegos in the Las Villas province of Cuba. By the Second World War, Qunitero became a major international brand that enjoyed special popularity in Spain.
The factory did not cease production after the Cuban revolution. Around the 1970s, the brand started using machines in the cigar-making process. Today Quintero is made mainly in hand-finished/machine-bunched and machine-made vitolas. Some machine-made vitolas have the same sizes as the handmade ones.
Hand-made vitolas include the Breva (corona), the Londres Extra (petit corona), the Nacional (corona) and the Panetela (short panatela). Quintero also makes three machine-made cigarillos: the Mini, the Club, and the Purito. Quintero is distinguished by being the only Cuban brand to produce machine-made or machine-bunched cigars to be internationally marketed by Habanos S.A.
Quintero cigars are produced using a light-flavored tobacco blend coming from the Vuelta Abajo region of Pinar del Rio. In comparison to other Cuban cigars, these Havanas are rather mild. The Quintero Churchills are really classic Cervantes or Lonsdales.
These Cuban Quintero cigars that we offer at My-Cuban-Cigars.com should not be confused with the series of Nicaraguan-Honduran blend cigars referred to as "Quintero" in the American market. We offer you only the real Cuban-produced Quintero cigars.
The brand is still especially popular with Spanish cigar lovers, and we are sure that you will love it too.