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Sancho Panza Belicosos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:140
Format:CampanaRing:52
Weight:12,45 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #29: This one was a workout to smoke.Not that it was strong,but it took a lot to get going.The wrapper was very veiny and had a couple of small green spots.The draw was tight which is one of the reasons that I don't smoke many pointed tip cigars.I've noticed belicosos have a tendency to be hard to get a good puff from.The flavor it had wasn't that bad.The easiest way to sum it up is like most evervone else.Lots of creamy vanilla without a lot of that "Cuban twang",but it's present.It also leaves a salty taste on your lips.Finishes short and clean. - Submitted by afuentelover on June 4, 2006


Review #28: A great cigar, although it needs some aging. I also noticed that the first one third doesn't has a lot of flavour, but after that, it's creamy vanilla heaven! So, if you love a smooth, soft vanilla cigar, this is your perfect choice. - Submitted by Patton on April 20, 2006


Review #27: Two words......creamy vanilla ! - Submitted by olateone on December 6, 2005


Review #26: I had the pleasure of smoking one of these cigars (cabinet belicosos) that was produced in 1988. It wasnt a strong cigar, but the creamy,nutty, coffee flavors were astounding.It had a nice draw tons of smoke and had a nice even burn. By far one of the best cigars I have ever smoked - Submitted by Seether on November 4, 2005


Review #25: This Campana from Sancho Panza is not the most beautiful cigar out there. It had quite a lot of veins on the wrapper and the tip wasnít finished off nicely. I tried not to be biased, but of course the looks influenced my expectations a little. The pre-light draw revealed a salty warpper and a promise of some pepper. The draw itself was what you may expect from a good cigar. Upon lighting it immediately released a burst of pepper, and when I say a burst I mean a burst! Because of this, the first puffs were very intense and I thought I had a real powerhouse in my fingers. Which I found very surprising, because of all the other reviews out there saying itís very mild. After about one centimeter, the pepper moved to the background to make way for very creamy tastes of chocolate and vanilla. It also transformed from a powerhouse to a very mild cigar: medium- to light-bodied, but medium- to full-flavored. During the 1 hour and 40 minutes it took me to finish this cigar, the focus continously changed between chocolate and vanilla. Itís not a complex smoke, but very enjoyable. I had to make a couple of corrections and even had to relight it once, but it didnít affect the taste. And somehow I didnít mind either, this cigar had won a lot of sympathy. Because of itís looks, it doesnít pretend to be more than it really is Ö in fact, is pretends to be less! Itís a very honest cigar, which surprised me in a very positive way. In short: I liked it Ö I liked it a lot! - Submitted by Bolivar on July 4, 2005


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