This is the cuban cigar brand that appears registered for first time in 1848, in the name of Don Emilio Ohmsted, in Angeles Street, number 48, in the city of Havana. Then, during the 80's, in 19th Century, the cuban cigar factory was acquired by Ramon Allones who kept its habilitations and traditional cuban cigar quality. Later, in 1940, in the past century, the cuban cigar brand is registered in the name of Rey del Mundo Cigar Co.
The Belicosos is the most popular size in the Sancho Panza brand. It is the mildest Belicosos being produced in Cuba and stands apart due to the heavy grassy aromas on a light tobacco flavor. One gets a mellow feeling from start to finish in this linear smoke. This cigar will not aggress, thus making it suitable for novice smokers. This is by no means the most beautiful cigar, but it is reliable and does age extremely well.
Sancho Panza Gran Quijote Cigar was launched in 2017. The regional edition cigar is presented as a commemoration of the union between Belgium and Luxembourg. At a great length of 162mm by a 52 ring gauge, the Cuban cigar holds a Romeo vitola. With medium bodied smoke it reveals strong notes of roasted coffee within a silky velvety texture.
Mareva with a perfect construction and good draw, will give you plenty of smoke and well balanced notes of cedar wood and fruity taste. Great choice who taking the next step, from light to full body Cuban cigars.
Swiss Regional Edition 2017 from Sancho Panza is finally available. A prime Cuban cigar to enjoy with some age, as per usual with this brand. The construction is dense with tobacco and the wrapper is a soft colorado claro leaf. We can expect the flavors to open up in 3 to 4 years' time with sweet and vegetable notes. This Regional Edition 2017 has a high potential and should already be in your humidor for aging.