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Sancho Panza Molinos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:165
Format:CervantesRing:42
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Sancho Panza Molinos Review:

The medium tobacco taste is perfectly balanced with some woody sweet notes in combination with wood, coffee and cocoa flavours. The taste is quite mellow and we could say that more mellow than in other models that have been aged for the same years.

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Review #21: JUN 99 I love the lonsdale size cigar and as time goes by, this format becomes harder to find. At 18 years old, this cigar is both delicate and flavorful. I was struck by the combination of flavor as the cigar transitioned but also the length of time this cigar burned; very slow burning. Flavors started off with dank earth, old book leather and salty undertones. As I smoked a bready/yeasty quality popped up which I love in a cigar. Reminded me of an old Monsdale. At first the draw was a little tight but shortly it opened up producing decent amount of smoke. - Submitted by bourbondork on February 28, 2018


Review #20: APR 11 A very good cigar. Halfway trough an aged box and all have been very mild, subtle but tasty and mellow. Nice woody bitter-sweet aromas and the salty notes. - Submitted by titobueno76 on August 19, 2016


Review #19: --- 98 Rustic and decadent example of 1998 Molinos - very leathery, medium bodied, sophisticated and nuanced. Great example of excellent 15 years old Sancho. - Submitted by BonVivant on May 20, 2013


Review #18: AUG 08 Nice looking cigar. Excellent draw. Taste: coffee, chocolate without honey, bitter-sweet. Starts with a floral taste and ends up magnificently. 9.2 - Submitted by cottierm on June 1, 2011


Review #17: AUG 03 Smoked 5 of these whilst at the Iberostar in Varadero last month. Smooooth, a bit creamy, and some toasted nuts and mocha notes made each one every bit as good as the previous. - Submitted by PhiDelt on March 5, 2010


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