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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


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Review #15: Aroma deliciosamente amaderado y ligeramente especiado. Combustion desastrosa, no empieza a llegar humo a la boca en condiciones hasta el 2ļ tercio, siendo un sabor muy suave y delicado , con notas agradablemente cremosas y recuerdos a vainilla. En el ultimo tercio se incrementa de manera notable la fortaleza apareciendo sabores amargos y a cedro ,muy agradables tambien. En resumen, se intuye un puro 10 de haber tenido una combustion correcta - Submitted by rafa on January 20, 2008


Review #14: First, I like Sancho Panza cigars. I think they are consistent, wonderful cigars. I was really looking forward to smoking this cigar with my friends on a Saturday afternoon enjoying a BBQ. I gave one of my two Gran Coronas to one of my amigos who always lights up a Montecristo A on these occasions. We both admired the construction. Clipped and lit. uhhhh, well, it was like a golf ball through a garden hose. We both could not get our cigars to draw. Gently squeezed, massaged and encouraged the puro with no success. I clipped mine in half and still couldn't get it to draw. My friend grabbed a Montecristo A and I lit up a Ramon Allones Gigante/Prominente. Gave it "one" point for its beauty. - Submitted by donk93953 on December 9, 2007


Review #13: You need time to really appreciate cigars of this size. When I first smoked Sanchos I was not impressed and I thought that is too mild and boring cigar, but latter I was able to detect her subtle flavors and now I enjoy in her soft and delicate aromas. Such gentle blended cigar demands your complete attention and should always be well matured. This one from 2002 was Sanchosís typical representative in her prime, with impeccable construction and little resistant draw. From the very beginning started with smooth, woody taste which gained in complexity toward the middle. Then began to show some strength which never prevail over her finesse. She retained discretion to the end and even Iím not big fan of milder cigars I enjoyed it every minute. As I was smoking Sanchos over many years I prepared different drinks for different stages of this nearly two hour experience. For beginning I chilled down unwooded Australian wine, somewhere in the middle I had a glass of nice Spanish white barrique and I accompanied her to the end with Tio Pepe sherry. - Submitted by Diademo on December 5, 2007


Review #12: Reviewer #11 is right. It just like smoking burning paper. No flavor at all. To a certain extent, it make you choking! - Submitted by qcboyyy on September 23, 2007


Review #11: I agree with reviewer number 7. It has a great aroma but it's flavors are boring. I gave up on it after smoking about 25% of it. Box date was 2004. - Submitted by cigar are good on June 14, 2007


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