Year of foundation: 1852
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence: Vuelta Abajo
Factory: Romeo y Julieta
Named for the rustic squire to Don Quixote in Miguel de Cervantes' famous 1605 novel of the same name, this very old brand was originated by Emilio Ahmsted in 1852.
It is much admired for the larger sizes in its range, including the shaped-head Belicosos.
Sancho Panza cigars are medium-bodied and are all handmade.
First produced in 1852, the Sancho Panza is a uniquely delicate, subtle cigar.
These elegant cigars are among the most consistently well-made Cuban cigars manufactured today.
These cigars are well suited to the occasional, beginner, or daytime smoker.
All the sizes are mild, with some of the larger sizes being among the most mild in their category. The line is small, with only two sizes left today, both offer an intriguing, enjoyable experience.
Often attributed a unique grassy flavour, Sancho Panza cigars are all endowed with a medium tobacco and woody inclinations.