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Sancho Panza Sanchos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:235
Format:Gran CoronaRing:47
Weight:18,79 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: 1 Layer in a Box of 10

Sancho Panza Sanchos Review:

We could think we are going to find a strong cigar when we first see this 235mm Gran Corona. Despite this fact, this stick is mild, with medium tobacco taste, sweet, aromatic, with chocolate, pepper and spicy notes perfectly balanced. Be sure you have enough time for this smoke, as if you heat it up, you may spoil its delicate combination of flavours.

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Review #30: Had a great and unique experience trying this cigar along with some good friends. A 140 minutes smoke - a marathon that every smoker should, at least once, try. Hazelnut and creamy leather producing a very pleasant flavour. Very smooth although with médium quality draw and combustion. - Submitted by Heinrich on November 19, 2016


Review #29: No Longer in the Habanos Cataloug - Submitted by jtrender on June 15, 2016


Review #28: Sanchos-Great cigar…Beautiful vitola! What better than a Gran Corona and a couple glasses of the favorite distillate on the rocks. From all the sanchos I have had 90% were exemplarity with very even burn and easy draw. Bre-burn the cigar smells of cocoa. The first part after ignition, the cigar is herbal and woody, yet sophisticated. Midway onwards the more complex flavors develop, leather, tobacco, sweet cocoa….the end moves from sweet to spicy. Very very enjoyable smoke. However the Montecristo A is superior, and so are the other harder to obtain HdM Particulares and Cohiba A. - Submitted by dimi681 on November 21, 2013


Review #27: --- 05 A fine cigar with flavors adding and building the entire length without becoming overbearing or harsh. Even a whiff of Armagnac midway through. Excellent construction with an even burn and smooth draw for 2.5 hours. - Submitted by Miskis on April 14, 2013


Review #26: --- 98 Smoked the first one...The experince lasted almost 3 hours...the first half was sublime,sweet,herbal ,refined.The draw,burn and taste were perfect.The second half had some burn problems and its strength amplified,but still a very easy cigar to smoke despite its size. - Submitted by kamaz on January 23, 2013


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