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Sancho Panza Molinos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #8: lay down the Molinos for 6 to 12 months and you will be rewarded. This cigars gains character with time-in every caterogy. the draw improved with a 70/70 environment for 12 months. Buy them. Lay them down for a while. Enjoy the return. - Submitted by HUC on November 24, 2007

Review #7: This cigar is one of the most interesting I've smoked from the island, although not necessarily the best. The flavour is fantastically smooth, and mild-to-medium in my opinion. I found flavours of chocolate abounded in the first half, along with hints of leather, and a strong saltiness. This continued throughout the smoke, along with a nice earthiness that came in around the halfway mark. Intense bursts of spice and exotic wood abounded toward the end. I can't see this being an everyday smoke for anyone, but as a change-of-pace from one's normal fare, I can think of nothing better. - Submitted by agraupe on July 10, 2007

Review #6: I've chewed through 4 of these so far, and they are pretty average tasting for a medium cigar - nothing stands out as really unique. However, if you enjoy a medium cigar and want some extra length/duration then this is a great little choice. - Submitted by jrtbloke on April 1, 2006

Review #5: This is the second Sancho Panza I smoked so far, the first one was the Belicosos. I was pleasantly surprised by that one, so I was quite eager to smoke the Molinos. Tastewise, the pre-light draw revealed wood, coffee and cocoa. Construction-wise, it treated me on a very, very tight draw! Being afraid it was too tight, I light up with some concern. Concern which turned out to be unjust, because it lit up easy and had a perfect burn all the way to the end. It's not a very complex smoke, but somehow it manages to stay in the center of the attention. The cigar starts out medium-bodied with flavors of wood, coffee, cocoa and spice. About halfway it builds up in intensity and tends to be more full-bodied. Also, a lot of white pepper kicks in. When puffed slowly it doens't become hot until you reach the band. Which took me about an hour and fifty minutes! In conclusion, this SP did the same thing as the Belicosos: it won a lot of sympathy! SP's are not the most beautiful and complex sticks out there. They are direct: what you see is what you get. And what you get, is a very nice smoke which will never bore you, not for a second! - Submitted by Bolivar on September 5, 2005

Review #4: I\'ll preface this by considering that I may have gotten a bad box... To look at, smell and taste, this was a wonderful mild to medium smoke with that wonderfully distinctive punch you only get from Cuban tobacco. Unfortunately, when it came to structure, so far, 5/10 of these burned unevenly and were difficult to keep lit, ruining the experience. Having gone through half a box of 25, I\'ve relagated the remainder to the back of my humidor hoping a little time will improve things...baring in mind, the few that burned well were wonderful. - Submitted by Stepovich on April 7, 2005

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