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  • Sancho Panza Bachilleres

    Hi all, hope you are well.

    This is my first review here and it's on one of the cigars that SerieSteve kindly gifted to me. I believe it to be a Sancho Panza Bachilleres, 116mm with a RG of 40.

    The cigar was very firm along it's length and the colorado wrapper had it's fair share of veins and bumps but it was a beautiful colour and had a nice oily sheen to it. The pre-cut draw yielded little more than tobacco notes but was a lot easier than expected given the cigar's firm construction.

    The first third started slowly with the first few draws being earthy tobacco which then gave way to a more rounded, slightly nutty flavour. The smoke was plentiful but light.

    Into the second third and things started to round out a little with the smoke becoming more creamy and the nutty flavour continuing. The ash was quite dark and a little lopsided but it clung on for over an inch.

    Between the half way point and the start of the final third there was a notable, but not unplesant bitterness, I can only describe it as bitter leather. I found that this actually countered the creaminess of the smoke quite well and made things a bit more interesting.

    Things remained the same until the end of the smoke. It did get a little hot towards the end but I'd maybe put that down to me smoking it in about 40 minutes (bad day at work!) whereas I'd normally have taken a bit longer.

    All in all I enjoyed the smoke very much, despite finding it a little light and uncomplicated personally. It would be a good morning smoke or for when you don't have much time. Props to SerieSteve for allowing me to try it in the first place!
    "Achieving life is not the equivalent of avoiding death." Ayn Rand

  • #2
    What was the box code. I had a box of 98s that was singing.


    • #3
      Nice Review Styler Great pictures too.
      A fellow Herfer put me on to these quite a few years ago now, Cheers Ade
      These are a fantastic short Cigar, in fact my favorite short Cigar , In fact the only short Cigar in my purchase list (not for much longer maybe) I think they are being discontinued.
      This is the Cigar I often have after a long day at the office, when I have little time Smoke.
      They give me exactly what I want, uncomplicated, 20-30 Min's of Chill time, Nutty and slightly Woody.
      I'm glad you enjoyed the experience.
      Looking forward to your next review.
      Oh and these were from a box of OSU 98's

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      • #4
        20-30 mins, I thought I was smoking it fast at about 40

        Sorry if the photos are a little on the atmospheric side, it's hard to take a normal photo in a shed lit with one LED bulb.
        "Achieving life is not the equivalent of avoiding death." Ayn Rand