Sancho's got a brand new bag.
And by "bag" I mean "high-pedigree tobacco blend courtesy of cigar rapscallion and recent General Cigar brand reinvigorator Matt Booth."
Injecting new energy into the cult classic stateside Sancho Panza cigar that's been entertaining aficionados since 2001, the newly re-blended Sancho Panza original cigar was designed to curl the lips of smokers both seasoned and green. With a five-nation blend of tobaccos spanning the soils of Nicaragua, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Honduras, the new Sancho pulls out all the stops to deliver a straightforward smoke with a bit more "pop" and complexity than its previous iteration. Covered in a creamy Honduran-grown Connecticut leaf, this medium-bodied reimagining of the fan-favorite exudes lush earthiness with a kiss of natural sweetness and delicious hints of cappuccino that go over great at any time of day.
Working with General's Justin Andrews and the HATSA blending team, Booth has renewed the future of this iconic brand, and you're going to want to taste the results. Do so here at an unprecedented price break.
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