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Sancho Panza Sanchos

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Sancho Panza Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Gran CoronaRing:47
Weight:18,79 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: 1 Layer in a Box of 10

Average user rating

Review #11: I agree with reviewer number 7. It has a great aroma but it's flavors are boring. I gave up on it after smoking about 25% of it. Box date was 2004. - Submitted by cigar are good on June 14, 2007

Review #10: Again I find myself burning my fingers on the nub and wishing the experience had not yet ended... With 5 now left in a box stamped NISC-VC3 I am not able to find fault in either the construction or the multitude of flavors this vitola has provided. The draw has been easy in each right from the start and the intensity, while soft at the start builds nicely to it's end. Flavors of woods and fresh grassy fields predominate and develop with the occasional pleasant surprise. On a fun note tonight's encounter, while possibly due to The Balvenie pairing, teased me with the memory of a Root Beer Bottle cap candy I so enjoyed as a child. Should you come across a well aged box of these beauties don't buy them... please tell me where I can . - Submitted by Tuthsok on March 10, 2007

Review #9: This cigar is something else. With flavor matching its size, this cigar will truly show you the elegant side of Habanos. The cigar's wonderful aromas and incredible woody flavor profile will not disappoint. Although a well constructed Montecristo A would be preferred by this reviewer, this cigar certainly holds its own. I recommend. - Submitted by lincolon444 on February 24, 2007

Review #8: A delightful cigar, with a daunting size, that is never overpowers, yet is always rich, with developing flavors. Starting floral, moving onto wood, about half way through, finishing spicy with a little pepper. A classically cuban smoke, lasting for about two hours. Making it ideal, for watching a football match with. I light one before kick off, putting it down, whilst leaving the ground, perfection. Be warned though, in our anti-smoking times, as with sublimes, Churchill's and double coronas, they draw lots of attention to themselves and the person smoking them, particularly in a crowd. - Submitted by Amazing on January 14, 2007

Review #7: it looks good, feels good, smells good, but a very bland and unintertesting cigar. i didn't even want to finish it, no taste just very blah and bland - Submitted by MR_MINIWHEAT on November 22, 2006

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