Sancho Panza Cigars
The name Sancho Panza is drawn from the 1605 novel by Miguel de Cervantes, referring to the squire of Don Quixote. The name was registered by Don Emilio Ohmsted in the year 1848 to be used with cigars, with the factory being located in Havana.
When smoking a Sancho Panza cigar, you can expect a medium body with mellow flavours, a classic Cuban. The entire range of these cigars are handmade to exceptional quality, including the much-loved Sanchos range, which is longer in measurement, and the Belicosos range which comes with a shaped head.
Browse our range of Sancho Panza singles and boxes below, or you can find our full range of Cuban cigars here.