A New Quintero Tubulares

• It is a new vitola, incorporated to the brand and it is presented for the first time in aluminium tube.

• This new product will be available in the coming weeks in all outlets around the world


presents the new Quintero Tubulares (42 ring gauge x 133 mm length), a new vitola incorporated to the most popular brand with origin in the city of Cienfuegos. Quintero Tubulares will be arriving to the all points of sales worldwide in the coming weeks. This is the first time that the brand is in aluminum tube.

All the Quintero Habanos are made with leaves coming from (D.O.P)* and zones, in the (D.O.P.)* region. These are characterized by its medium bodied flavour.


The Quinteros also are made “ con Tripa Corta” Totally handmade with short filler, a technique less used but recognized by the .

For Quintero´s blend el combines with chopped tobaccos leaves and rolls into full- length binder leaves with the aid of a flexible mat fixed to form a firm . The wrapper is applied by hand in the normal fashion. Quintero Tubulares is also introduced with a new presentation in aluminium tube of 15 units.

BRAND Quintero
MEASURES 42 ring gauge x 133 mm length
PRESENTATION Pack of 3 units in aluminium tube







The Havana-based company, jointly owned by the Cuban industry and the British Imperial Tobacco Group, which markets all 27 Habanos brands worldwide.
The finest tobacco-growing land in the world, Vuelta Abajo is the main source of tobacco for Habanos, and the only zone that grows all types of leaf: wrappers, fillers and binders. A Protected Denomination of Origin.
The tobacco zone situated in the Pinar del Río region that is not in Vuelta Abajo. Known mainly for its cultivation of binder and filler leaves for the Short Filler Habanos and its production of seeds for all types of Habanos.
The name of the region that embraces all of the important growing zones in the west of Cuba, and the name of the provincial capital. A Protected Denomination of Origin.
The official Denominación de Origen Protegida (D.O.P.), or Protected Denomination of Origin used only to describe the most outstanding brands of cigars, which are manufactured in Cuba to the most exacting standards established by the Regulatory Council, from tobaccos grown only in particular areas of the island that are also protected as Denominations of Origin. In English the word translates as Havanas, which are widely considered to be the best cigars in the world.
Totally by hand. A description created in Havana to differentiate between Cuban methods of making cigars by hand from the semi-mechanised metods used elsewhere that can legally be described as "Hecho a Mano" or "Hand Made".
The Regulatory Council for the Protected Denomination of Origin (D.O.P.) for Habanos and other Cuban tobacco denominations is the body that unifies all the organisations in Cuba that have the responsibility for the standards of production applied throughout the tobacco industry from the farms to the finished boxes. It comprises the following organisations: Tabacuba, Asociación Nacional de Agricultores Pequeños (ANAP), la Empresa de Acopio y Beneficio del Tabaco, el Instituto de Investigaciones del Tabaco Cubatabaco and Habanos s.a.
Cigar roller. The word translates as "twister", but that is the last thing a cigar roller should do when making a cigar.
Filler, the blend of two, three or four different types of tobacco leaves that form the heart of a Habano and dictate its flavour.
The cylindrical bunch formed when the filler leaves are wrapped in the binder leaf.

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