Sancho Panza Toledo Cigar Review

February 10, 2009 · Posted in Cigar Review 

This is a cigar I smoked quite a while ago but I do have some notes on. It’s a gigantic cigar and very black. Box pressed with a good amount of oils. There is one minor blemish on the wrapper.

Cigar Stats
Length: 6″
Ring Gauge: 60
Wrapper: USA/Connecticut
Binder: USA/Connecticut
Filler: Dom. Rep., Honduras, Nicaragua
Price: $6.00

Big Flame!

It has a tight draw and a slow burn. Fruity flavors and it seems quite mild at the beginning.

Now an inch in. The draw is much better. The flavors have also changed. There’s more cocoa, earth, grass, and even a bit of spice. Rich flavors. Lots of smoke with a strong ash. More of a medium bodied cigar at this point.

There’s just something special missing from this cigar. I don’t think I will be looking back on this cigar and yearn for another. It is a perfectly fine cigar though.

88 points

I probably smoked this cigar a couple of months ago and since then I haven’t thought about it until now. It was a very big cigar with good flavors.

One last thing, I searched for about fifteen minutes trying to find other reviews of this line and couldn’t find one, which is disappointing. I did, however, find a lot of reviews for the Sancho Panza Double Maduro and Extra Fuerte lines.


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