I use to smoke a lot of these. about three years ago i bought a box. I haven't touched one in over a year and a half. Boring cigar. lost all the fl...
Read the full review here: Sancho Panza (Hon) 'Double Maduro' La Mancha Cigar Review - does not age well
The draw was far too tight. I felt like I was fighting it for the first 2/3 of the cigar. Then i gave up on it. I tried so hard to draw smoke I c...
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Loved it. The aroma after I lit it was so nice. The draw was very easy the whole way through as was the burn. Through the 1st 1/3 the flavor was...
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Sancho Panza (Hon) 'Double Maduro' La Mancha Cigar Review - Good value alternative to La Riq #5
Don't smoke this expecting to get a La Riqueza #5. You only paid half as much, so expect this to be a less refined little cousin to it. My ash he...
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Looked good, with a splotchy wrapper, but solid construction and a cute pigtail cap. Clipped and lit and got great flavors of spice and sweet leat...
Read the full review here: CAO Criollo Mancha Cigar Review - I expected more
Had a one of these not too long ago, and everything I said in my last review is still true, smooth sweet taste with a hint of chocolate. Hot white...
Read the full review here: Sancho Panza (Hon) 'Double Maduro' La Mancha Cigar Review - Still a great maduro
First off, I'd like to thank Tam for gifting me this very enjoyable cigar. As you can see from the picture this isn't a large cigar, only about 6 in. with a 44 rg. But it was quite tasty.
I noticed right away some very distinct white specks throughout the length of the wrapper. I don't...
Cigar: Sancho Panza Double Maduro La Mancha
Wrapper/Binder: Connecticut Shade
Size: 51/2 x 44
Price: 20 for 34.95/Famous Smoke
I saw this in the bottom of the humi while doing my quarterly rotation and thought why not. So after lunch I pulled out my trusty Palio cutter and...
Size: 5.5 x 46
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Criollo
Filler: Nicaraguan Puro
My friend gave me one of these, and the first thing I noticed was the small pigtail at the peak of the cap. Despite the frivolous appearance, it turned out to be one of the best CAO cigars I've had...
I got one of these in the Canadian Stogie Trade with Rick L. Now some spec's:
Length/Ring: 5 1/2 x 44
Drink: Blue Sky Natural Caffeine free Cola
Construction of this cigar is excellent, very dark oily wrapper with a nice...
I am halfway through a box of these that I bought in July. So it's time to do my first review.
It has a dark oily wrapper, which is a bit rough looking, and it is a box press.
It feels good in the hand, no soft spots or lumps,and a nice weight to it.
The pre light aroma has a sweet smell to...
Had one last night. Pretty good. Tasted a lot like a padron londres to me - kind of spicy, sweet, earthy. Good, but not quite as good as the padron.
Roll was a little tight though which caused it to burn a little hot. :u