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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

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Review #6: I just finished one of these long and luscious beauties from a box of 10 that I purchased in Havana this past JAN 2006. This is one beautiful cigar! It took 2 hours and 10 minutes and I was in cigar heaven the entire time. The taste is classic cuban very rich and mellow. The last 3 inches became much more pronounced with spice/pepper. The size of this cigar is almost comical but once you start smoking it it's all business. A Cuban work of art if there ever was one! - Submitted by purofino on February 20, 2006

Review #5: Great looking \"whopper\", very aromatic with solid burn and draw. I agree with review #3 being a robusto size man myself the extra size is an acquired taste and not for the faint hearted. I happened to glance at myself in the mirror (as you do) and had to laugh it looked like I was trying to swallow a pool cue! Would recommend a try if your game as the flavours won\'t disappoint. - Submitted by skid11 on April 10, 2005

Review #4: The gentle giant - great term. I had one of these last night and I loved it. A smooth mild cigar with varying phases of toffee, earth, cocoa and marzapan. I highly recommend these. They last a full 2 hours. 150 would push it all the way to the stub which is a bit much. On the whole, a lovely cigar. - Submitted by claudiusdrusus on March 23, 2005

Review #3: I've only ever had one of these so this is hardly a definitive review. I found it sweet and medium bodied (character similar to Punch Punch but a little stronger). It's a big cigar though and I found it just too much. I smoked for about an hour and a quarter and had just had enough. Enjoyable but too much for me. - Submitted by willisoften on April 7, 2004

Review #2: The gentle giant: This cigar offers you at least 150 minutes of smoking pleasure. Despite its size it's medium bodied, yet sweet and aromatic with hints of marzapan and toffee. - Submitted by NobbyR on April 6, 2004

This cigar spans 6 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 [6]

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