Sancho Panza cigars were originated in Havana in 1852 and are still made there with a surprisingly mild taste for Cuban cigars. In sharp contrast, the Honduran version of Sancho Panza was introduced in 2001 with a very rich taste. Like Sancho Panza, the loyal squire who remained at Don Quixote's side through all of his delusions of grandeur, Sancho Panza the Honduran cigar makes a trustworthy companion. This is a cigar you can always depend on for an excellent draw and a decidedly full-bodied flavor.
In the uncompromising style of cigar master Estelo Padrón, each Sancho Panza cigar is made with a specially selected Connecticut Shade wrapper, a rich blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos and a flavorful Connecticut Broadleaf binder.
Because Sancho Panza offers you a great value as well as a great cigar, you can enjoy it every day.