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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

Average user rating

Review #14: A good medium bodied mild to medium cigar. Excellent flavor. - Submitted by Costas Leonidou on October 19, 2004

Review #13: The flavours are light and the finish is short, a gentle way to ease into a relaxing smoke. Smelled great, and burned even. This was the first Sancho Panza I had smoked and it will for sure not be the last. - Submitted by Rohoel on September 1, 2004

Review #12: Now, people. Please don't drink a glass of water with this one. It might overpower the cigar. - Submitted by peanutaxis on August 10, 2004

Review #11: Started slow the first half, with sharp, edgy, unfocused tobacco smoke. Thick, rich, tangy flavors developed once it hit the halfway mark. Seemingly smooth but complex with moderate depth in flavor profile. All the right ingredients are evident as it smoked down. Ends with no bitterness or sourness...a sign I look for in quality smokes. With prolonged aging...a truly enjoyable cigar will be born. Enjoy it now for its youthfulness...treasure it later for its grand finale. - Submitted by olateone on July 4, 2004

Review #10: I went through my 3rd box of bellicosos since 2001 and I should confess that I've never been disappointed. I usually like stronger cigars but after a light meal or during a summer night, belicosos are definetely at heir best. - Submitted by Cyrus H. on June 21, 2004

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