The Sancho Panza Sanchos is now available in individual wooden presentation boxes.
All the cigars found in these rare cases have a minimum of fifteen years of age and offer over two hours of medium-bodied, well-matured Cuban flavour.
The Sancho Panza brand was registered by Don Emilio Ohmstedt in 1848 and like other famous Havana cigar brands such as Montecristo and Romeo y Julieta, it takes its name from a great work of literature. In Miguel de Cervantes’ famous 17th century novel Don Quixote, Sancho Panza is the errant knight’s faithful squire.
The brand is classified as medium bodied and this rare size, called a Gran Corona in the factories of Cuba and measuring 9 ¼” (235mm) x 47 ring gauge, is perhaps even large enough to have been used by Don Quixote when tilting at windmills…