Sancho Panza Double Maduro

La Mancha · 5.5 × 44 SPLM

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The La Mancha is a delectably handsome smoke hailing from Honduras. Combining unequivocal hand-construction with flavorful tobacco blends, this box-pressed gem is made from balanced fillers from the Dominican, Honduras, and Nicaragua. In addition, the darkly majestic Oscuro Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper adds to this cigar’s taste and charm. Featuring a medium-to-full body profile, the La Mancha is available in 20-count cedar chests.
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Cedar Chest of 20

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$95.80
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$56.55
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$39.25
5.5

44

Parejo

Connecticut Broadleaf

Connecticut Shade

Dominican Republic / Honduras / Nicaragua

Honduras

Medium - Full

Very Dark Brown / Oscuro

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5.00

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Panza Double Maduro

Rome smoker on 03/19/15

Slightly sweeter than the Extra Fuerta version....still consistently smooth draw, even burning.....


5.00

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Uncle Ned on 06/15/15

I truly love the Sancho Panza cigars, this La Mancha is full of flavor and pares well with a good ale and doesn't require a long commitment. It's just a great cigar


4.50

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great cigar

Scott12288 on 07/25/15

Sancho Panza Double Maduro is my favorite cigar. I have bought a few boxes now and will continue to. They come at a great price which is a added bonus


5.00

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Can't Miss Buy

ATS3 on 06/12/16

This is my favorite cigar. I have purchased the Sancho Panzo cigar from you often. Just love everything about them.


3.00

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Decent but not over the top

MarkSz on 09/24/15

While Sancho Panza Cubans are extraordinary, these aren't. I'd say ok at best. Picked them up for a "quick smoke" alternative, or when doing the yard chores or tinkering on a motorcycle. But I find myself too often looking at it wondering, why. The Bolivars of the same size are far better