Don Emilio Ahmsted registered this brand in 1852, then during the 1880’s the factory was bought by Ramon Allones, who kept it’s labelling, it’s traditional trimmings and, more importantly, remained faithful to it’s consistently superb quality. These cigars are named for the character of Sancho Panza in “Don Quixote” the famous novel by Miguel de Cervante.
Sancho Panza cigars are medium bodied with the classical Cuban mellow flavour. Toffee, dark chocolate and coffee notes can be detected together with salt, pepper and spice, slightly floral, perfumed and distinctly aromatic . All of this range are handmade and, if you want to go for a dramatic effect, try the famous, enormous Sanchos or the shaped head Belicosos. Be warned, not for beginners but oh such wonderful cigars!
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