|Length||6 1/8 Inches|
Sancho Panza cigars were originated in Havana in 1852 and are still made there with a surprisingly mellow taste for Cuban cigars. In sharp contrast, the Honduran version of Sancho Panza was introduced in 2001 with a very rich taste. Like Sancho Panza, the loyal squire who remained at Don Quixote's side through all of his delusions of grandeur, Sancho Panza the Honduran cigar makes a trustworthy companion. This is a cigar you can always depend on for an excellent draw and a decidedly full-bodied flavor. Each Sancho Panza cigar is made with a specially selected Connecticut Shade wrapper, a rich blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos and a flavorful Connecticut Broadleaf binder. Because Sancho Panza offers you a great value as well as a great cigar, you can enjoy it every day.
This cigar smokes, burns, and looks well.
By Timothy on Oct 10, 2014
Good cigar draws good has good flavor.
By gary on Jun 5, 2014