|Length||4 1/2 Inches|
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf. Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan, Dominican (Piloto Cubano). Binder: Connecticut Shade. Country of Manufacture: Honduras. Factory Name: Honduras American Tabaco S. A., Cofradia, Honduras. -- The history: Sancho Panza cigars were originated in Havana in 1852 and are still made there with a surprisingly mild taste for Cuban cigars. In sharp contrast, the Honduran version of Sancho Panza was introduced in 2001 with a very rich taste. Now, to this highly-rated line of cigars, we have added extra-dark, extra-flavorful Sancho Panza Double Maduro. Like Sancho Panza, the loyal squire who remained at Don Quixote?s side through all of his delusions of grandeur, the new Double Maduro cigar makes a worthwhile companion. It is a cigar you can always depend on for an excellent draw and a decidedly rich, full-bodied flavor. The cigar: The Sancho Panza Double Maduro cigar gets its name from the fact that it has both a maduro wrapper and a maduro binder. Each Sancho Panza Double Maduro cigar is made with a hand-selected, extra-dark Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper and a specially aged, dark Connecticut Shade binder plus a premium blend of Honduran, Nicaraguan and Dominican filler tobaccos that delivers the rich, full taste for which Sancho Panza has become renowned. The experience: Because Sancho Panza Double Maduro offers you a great value as well as a great cigar, you can enjoy it every day.
|x5||Sancho Panza Double Maduro Quixote||4 1/2 x 50||$32.95 MSRP|
|Best Cigar Prices:||$21.99|
|$10.96 off MSRP|
Just about right, good favor, medium to bold. Burns great
By james on Apr 3, 2018
Although I've smoked these before, I smoked one yesterday just after receiving my order from BCP. If you've never tried these or any Sancho Panza Double Maduro, I would implore you to do so. This cigar is very smooth, deceptively smooth in fact, but it is full of rich maduro flavor. While it's not overly complex, the Sancho Panza Quixote gives off flavors of dark bittersweet chocolate with rich black coffee with some nuttiness and mild earthiness. The flavors left on my palate kind of reminds me of when I used to get a double dark chocolate brownie at a local bakery and washed it down with a good, rich cup of coffee in the mornings.
By Roger on Oct 22, 2015