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Sancho Panza Cigars

Sancho Panza
At the end of the 19th century, Sancho Panza became a part of the El Rey del Mundo cigar company and thus feature similar tobaccos to this day, although the blends tend to be a little stronger with the same mellow taste.

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 enormous Sanchos and the shaped-head Belicosos. Sancho Panza cigars are medium-bodied and are all handmade. A portrait of Don Quixote’s mischievous manservant adorns each box of these mellow tasting Habanos.