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What the heck was in my Quintero?

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Five minutes into a Quintero Favorito, I saw something peculiar peeking through.  Immediately I cut it open and found this.

A little bit of a torcedero’s lunch?  Sugar cookie, maybe?  Or could it be something else?

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Don’t know but that’s no bueno.

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Looks like a roller at the Quintero factory was eating a sugar cookie while on the job

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Looks like a case of badly flaking psoriasis on the roller's hands! 😷 😁

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That’s the prize! You are the winner! Seriously remember as a kid at birthdays, one piece of birthday cake would have a prize stuffed inside, I never knew who was going to get it, but always wanted that piece!

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Yeah that looks more like drugs than a cookie... you can see crystals/granuals that I would not expect to see in a sugar cookie. Disturbing either way. 

Good thing you didn’t nub this one! 

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Oh noes....

(Looking at box of favritos suspiciously)

I will certainly be thinking about THIS the next time I fire one up!


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Probably not drugs. It wouldn’t make sense to use contraband cigars as a vessel to smuggle other contraband. (Assuming this occurred in the US)


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I dug a sparkly little plastic jewel (think bedazzler) out the end of a favoritos once.  Fortunately I spotted the very tip of it before I lit the cigar.

I think the unfortunate reality is that these are short filler, which is a nice way of saying floor sweepings.

I still love them.

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Looks the the torcedor was a crackhead and dropped his stash!

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On 4/23/2019 at 2:59 PM, Dmpotocek said:

Probably not drugs. It wouldn’t make sense to use contraband cigars as a vessel to smuggle other contraband. (Assuming this occurred in the US)

I'm not sure they'd know where the cigars were destined to end up....

17 hours ago, Derboesekoenig said:

But what does it smell like??

That was my first thought as well, along with what did it feel like. It's translucent, and looks kind of waxy.

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That was my first thought as well, along with what did it feel like. It's translucent, and looks kind of waxy.

Step one of smuggling (I assume) is knowing where you intend to send your wares.


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One thing you must keep in mind, no matter what that thing is, you put the whole experience behind you and you smoke up the next Quintero Favoritos as soon as you can! Think of the effect, worldwide, this can have on Quintero consumption, man! 😁 😉

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