Sancho Panza cigars are high quality Habanos or Cuban cigars. They are mild to medium strength cigars characterized by their subtle and delicate floral, sweet and very subtle spicy notes. They are very sophisticated cigars for the consummate cigar aficionado to enjoy. A very good brand of Habanos, these cigars have found popularity all over the world and most especially in Spain. This is bacuse Spain is the place known to give birth to tobacco smoking the way we call isCigar. A good mix of both sophistication and elegance, they are suited for any level of cigar aficionado, from the novice to the connoisseur. All vitolas exemplify the mild and subtle flavors with great balance all throughout the smoking experience.
Sancho Panza is well known across the world, in countries like Spain, the Caribbean, Canada and Mexico. It is also enjoyed in the Middle and Far East as well as in Switzerland. It is mild enough to be enjoyed by beginners but sophisticated enough for experts. It is a cigar for most any occasion. Background Sancho Panza cigars are good enough to stand on its own, but it is exceptional when accompanied by red wine. It is great as well for a light, after-dinner smoke or goes well in the morning with coffee. Enjoy it for that cool and smooth smoke, for those days when you just want to lie back and relax. Its strength is in its mildness and ability to deliver great and balanced flavors without being overwhelming.
A true classic cigar, it is one which a cigar lover of any level can enjoy. History Taking a cue from the famous novel Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes, the cigar gets its name from the errant knights squire and assistant, Sancho Panza. This Habano now rightfully takes its place among the other famous literary cigars such as Montecristo and Romeo y Julieta. In 1848, the Sancho Panza cigar was born and has since then become a favorite of discriminating cigar aficionados around the world.