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Sancho Panza Non Plus

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Sancho Panza Non Plus Review:

The taste is very similar to that of the Sancho Panza Molinos, with a touch of saltiness not very usual among Havana cigars. The medium tobacco taste is perfectly balanced with some woody sweet notes in combination with wood, coffee and cocoa flavours. The taste is quite mellow and we could say that more mellow than in other models that have been aged for the same years.

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Review #28: --- 19 Very elegant but delicate cigar, paired with champagne in order not to destroy its flavours. It is also a light cigar, slightly sweet and cream with no saltiness. Lower than the molinos, but not by much. An 8.5 without a doubt. - Submitted by Heinrich on January 2, 2021

Review #27: AUG 13 BMU- slight boxed pressing on this 5 1/2 year old box of 25. Unique cuban that gave an even burn, and creamy smoke output for 1h and 25m. saltiness consistently lingers on the palette through each 3rd. Leather and cedar most prominent on the middle 3rd as the strength increases towards medium strength midway through. what stood out to me, and gives reason to justify a permanent place in my humidor is the dry mouth feel and the unique taste from the saltiness at the front, and the herbal notes that compliment the creaminess of the smoke on the retrohale. - Submitted by dcbuss on March 24, 2019

Review #26: Just reasonable. Fine draw, slight earth and tobbaco flavous with a hint of salt (an interesting aspect of this cigar). Not intense flavours. The great score only comes in the end, with a long and pleasant aftertaste of more than 6 hours (never since have I had such a feeling). For those wanting to know what aftertaste means, try these. - Submitted by Heinrich on August 26, 2016

Review #25: My box date was MAR 13 so the young tobacco was ever present with a deep earth note. With a few years of age these cigars will mellow. Saltiness in the first third stuck out, then a nice sweet grassy note lingered, developing into earth flavours. Much enjoyment. - Submitted by Marcel Z on May 24, 2014

Review #24: MAR 12 A modest, mild-flavored cigar with taste of salt. Progresses towards medium bodied with some vanilla at the end. Not a bad smoke, just nothing special. - Submitted by Miskis on April 26, 2013

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