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Sancho Panza Coronas

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #19: JUN 01 Excellent construction draw and burn,typical salty sweetness of SP.However there is a bitterness which i do not like.I feel i will be dead before these come of age,noware near the high rating given at the moment.Iprefer the Bachilleres of this marque. - Submitted by paul watson on June 27, 2009

Review #18: AUG 01 one of the best cubans i have ever smoked, in my top 5, rich creamy vanilla and chocolate smoke. just went to get my second box of 01's and my site was sold out...I guess i'll have to moke the last half of my box slowley...awesome smoke - Submitted by dukeofnj777 on June 15, 2009

Review #17: Θες που ήταν του ΄97, θες που το χα όρεξη, για μένα ήταν μια καλή κορώνα. Δυνατό σε γεύση και ευχάριστες μπουκιές καπνού. - Submitted by indytheo on May 26, 2009

Review #16: Before even reading the top review of this particular cigar, I had come to the conclusion that this was one of the most tannic cigars I've ever had. It is no surprise to me that the top review descibes this particular corona as such. The chocolate notes are very subtle and more noticable in the first 1/3rd and completely disappearing by the first 1/2. Vegetal notes are more pronounced but give way to herbal and floral flavours which almost affect the balance of the cigar negatively. However, this particular Sancho Panza walks the line of balance ever so precariously. I did detect wood notes, but my palate was shy of finding earth notes. It was a cigar that left me pondering its quality during and after I had finished smoking it. Starting mild-medium in flavour it grew in strength quite quickly. It never develops into a full-flavoured cigar preferring instead to rein in the flavours at medium-medium/full. This is a credit to the excellent selection of tobaccos selected for the filler. Although completely different in size, I find similar tobacco blends with the RyJ Ex. #4. The SP corona is quite different from the other Sancho Panzas I've smoked. In fact, this is a very unusual corona, yet I very much enjoyed its differences from other Cubans. I was left to conclude that it was a very enjoyable 40 minutes, even though the cigar had an incredibly loose draw. I'd prefer a loose draw over a tight draw even if the sacrifice is a quick burning cigar. Also of note were the copious amounts of smoke this cigar generated. I love "big smoke" cigars. I'm not certain this ends up being my favourite corona, however, it is a very good one in any comparison. - Submitted by cookj1 on October 8, 2008

Review #15: MAY 01 Fantastic corona! Box-pressed with a flawless dark wrapper and good construction. Leathery pre-light aroma. Wonderful medium-bodied rustic flavors (rustic in the way a good Barolo is rustic). - Submitted by cigar-sama on October 6, 2008

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