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Sancho Panza Belicosos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:12,45 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #34: i loved this cigar was beautifully constructed and the smoke was in the clouds, blinded me sometimes, flavour was smooth and strong but lovely, great cigar overall gotta get a few more. One of the easiest and most flavourful smokes. - Submitted by snowdawgz on January 28, 2007

Review #33: Pleasant looking cigar and nicely constructed out of the box. I found the few that I smoked from one box to be mild which was a welcome surprise after smoking many a strong cigar for several weeks. Priced at an average of $165-$200 per box of 25, I think the Sancho Panza's are an excellent deal and great beginner's cigar - Submitted by ironchef on December 29, 2006

Review #32: This cigar was covered in plume. I found this to be a smooth and creamy smoke. First half was mild to medium bodied and became a solid medium on the second half. It caresses the palate with a surprising smoothness which leaves a feeling of freshness after every puff. In addition I found its aroma to be very pleasant. - Submitted by PDL on December 15, 2006

Review #31: An excellent campana from Sancho Panza. Not quite as strong as some would say but still a good after-dinner cigar. My personal favorite campana is the Romeo y Julieta belicoso but this one from SP is also excellent. At the start there are cedary aromas with slight floral undertones. Moving on, it grows in body with flavours of dirt and still more cedar. Overall, a good choice. - Submitted by jrieder on November 29, 2006

Review #30: I was hesitant after some of the criticism here but glad I tried. This is not the refined Belicoso of Bolivar. But for those who want a departure from everyday and want a rustic flavour, you should try. Good flavour in 2 and 3 3rds and enjoyable. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on June 4, 2006

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