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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 #79: NOV 11 First tried this a couple years ago, and was impressed with draw and burn, light honey and cinnamon flavours, dry tobacco. Picked up a box from 2011 and lit one up. Think it needs some TLC in the humidor to regain the flavour, all I was really getting was dry tobacco. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on March 24, 2013

Review #78: APR 07 This cigar is very underrated in my opinion. It has more delicious flavours than most, and a consistent, burn-nice construction on those I have tried, put this slightly rustic but oh such a pleasure to smoke cigar among my top three Belicosos, Cuban or NC. 9+ - Submitted by gentle_rebel on July 29, 2012

Review #77: FEB 07 Great tasting cigar, I have to say this cigar falls in my top 10 of all time favs. Overall it goes down smooth and there is NO after taste. I will be smoking these for years to come. - Submitted by Hamojan357 on March 26, 2011

Review #76: NOV   I wanted to smoke these cigars for a long time. I was in Athens for business and I found them. For an after dinner treat, I really enjoyed smoking the first one. Excellent and balanced burn and great taste until the end. It was a pleasant surprise. Although, my favorite is still the Montecristo N. 2. But, I do recommend this one. - Submitted by Sunking89 on November 30, 2010

Review #75: ---   Plugged stick. My preference is for a little resistance on the draw but this is absolutely ridiculous. What wispy smoke I managed to drag out of this stick had strong flavours of ground coffee and some cedary, almost caramel like sweetness. The smoke was very sweetly perfumed on the nose, a mouth watering scent which made it all the more frustrating that it was plugged. Binned it after the first quarter when the wrapper started to split and unravel. I notice that there was enough filler tobacco to give it a 70+ ring gauge! Buyer beware that a nice firm stick does not mean a well filled and constructed stick. Lesson learnt, I will go for a more spongy stick to the touch. I will not rate it this time round as I believe it will not do it justice. Upon reflection of the positive reviews from my "Aussie" compatriot: "Kangaroo495", I am tempeted to give it another chance in the near future. - Submitted by sengjc on November 1, 2010

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