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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 #4: Here's one you don't seem too much of. Though it leans towards mild, it carries some deliciously rich flavors: lots of earth and wood, cocoa that turns into sweet chocolate as you smoke, black and white pepper, and just a hint of Sancho Panza sea salt. Very similar to the Non Plus and very delicious. They can be terrible when young, but given just a few years, they blossom into a wonderful smoke that I think, much like Rip Jones does, is really evocative of the outdoors. - Submitted by Black Plague on August 10, 2006

Review #3: Mild - medium body. Tart tobacco flavour slightly sweet like burnt sugar. Near the end you get a rather full flavour and a bit of a kick - making this a very satisfying corona. Slight salty tang goes well with pale lager. - Submitted by willisoften on June 29, 2004

Review #2: Smooth, silky, dark. Smokey tastes of wood and earth project a vision of the Appalachian Trail. A slightly sweet finish makes this one excellent cigar. - Submitted by Rip Jones on June 3, 2004

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