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Sancho Panza Bachilleres

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Sancho Panza Bachilleres Review:

This cigar is quite rare and not easy to find these days. Not too strong and maybe the mildest of all models with a perfect draw and combustion. With no sweetness at all (maybe some bitter notes) it may become tarry in the last third depending on the year of manufacturing.

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Review #21: FEB 99 Salty, creamy, bitter chocolate. What a humble stick with quiet complexity. Such a different profiled blend. Very nice change of pace, excellent with Coffee. - Submitted by Wildone on November 9, 2014

Review #20: Box ref OSSU CFGOS. Lovley. Oily. Taste of sea/leather. Good draw, regular burn. Amazing given the small format. None made it to the ageing humidor as too good to leave alone. - Submitted by fireexit1 on June 3, 2011

Review #19: ---   At first glance this stick looks well made, and though the colorado wrapper isn't the finest in the cuban world the construction seems flawless. The beginning really surprised me, this little boy packs some power indeed! And good although raw earthy flavours, with nice coffee notes. The draw and burning are good, just remember not to wait too long between your puffs. Halfway through the stick this cigar becomes slightly sweeter and some cedar flavour emerges; the earthy base is still well present but you start to detect a complexity unusual in such small formats. Strenght is always present while burning becomes a little uneven, but nothing to worry about. Towards the end it can become a little bitter in a pleasant way, adding some more "punch". All in all a good cigar: not refined or complex like more expensive and classy products of course, but really good for a morning smoke or for beginners. - Submitted by sasha on August 24, 2010

Review #18: --- 99 A core melody of cedar, leather, salt, earth all the way through; and ligero grassiness tuning in but quickly replaced by the hearty meatiness of an honest man's meal. I was surprised to really enjoy this cigar, it was unexpectedly complex, and it lasted a decent while too as it was packed to the gunnels with tobacco. I would give it an A verging on A+, it did everything that was asked of it; but then trumped that with surprising complexity and evolution of flavour, and smoothness throughout. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on July 12, 2010

Review #17: FEB 99 DNU CCUE = JUST received 2 boxes from Canada. 1st of all in the world of counterfeit i truly trust my "Canadian Connect" and i have to say, only one glass of Shiraz into this petite pleasure and i'm actually writing this review while i peer at the Panza prince gently steam in the ashtray. I am a certified Hoyo DC Lusi DC Cohiba esplendido, etc smoker and thank God for little pleasures like this one. I don't always have the time for my thoroughbred horses so when i want to win at the Smaller Track i now have the little sancho to go to . Lets face it. Most of us are working people and we want a nice slap you silly small stick to wake up to or end the night not to mention just a whenever stick that you don't have to cut for "later" if you can score a box they'll most likely be well aged because not many know about them. inexpensive. buy 2 boxes. 1 to enjoy now and one to forget about and rediscover later. most guys love calling up an old girlfriend right? - Submitted by dcollier on November 3, 2009

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