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Oh wow, I love everything about this smoke. On the inhale it tastes slightly sweet and creamy, on the exhale, the flavor is balanced by savory spice... delicious. Burns evenly all the way down, and smells wonderful. Highly recommended!
in August 1, 2012
My only experience with Maduro cigars has been the Java Drew Estate Maduro which I love. The Sancho Panza Double Maduro Quixote is a welcome addition if you love Maduro wrapped cigars. I like the size, the square shape. The smoke is medium and burns evenly.
Nicholas Skinas in Los Angeles November 26, 2010
"A great cigar for very cheap!!!"
I Ordered this cigar after reading an article online called ?The Ten Best Cigars for Under 2 Dollars.? I ordered a box and I was very surprised! This full bodied Maduro was smooth, great tasting, and was wrapped well. I highly recommend it!
Eric K. in Grand Rapids MI June 23, 2010
"Great little smoke"
I've bought the SP Quixote's several times. They're a great little smoke. Flavorful, well made, and perfect on the golf course. It's definitely a "go to" cigar for me.
John C. in Mission Viejo, CA December 2, 2009
"For the price not bad"
I bought this stick looking for something that I could burn when I had to have my cigar fix. I was looking to find the right smoke for my drive from the office to my home or when walking the dog. Like every smoker I was searching for the diamond in the ruff. The reviews were a little overrated, but not to off and after all it is about ones individual taste. The burn was better than your average low cost cigar, no runs/tunnels, the ash would automatically fall off after each 3rd and it required one restart. It tends to lean more towards a full flavor cigar but not to strong. It was spicy but not enough to need a drink and it seemed to become more flavorful as it burned, which was nice. The draw was very good, no issues and the appearance was better than I thought. It is definitely a maduro cigar rich and oily, the leaf veins were almost transparent. The stick and especially the cap seemed like it was hand made by someone with moderate experience. Overall, this cigar was not a bad investment.
Rudy G in San Antonio October 25, 2009
"I love this cigar for all the wrong reasons."
This is everything I do not like in a cigar. It's full-bodied, and I prefer mild to medium. It's a maduro and I find maduros bitter and harsh. It's a Rothchilde, and I'm not into fat cigars -- much prefer a Corona or some such.
So I find it odd that I gave this cigar overall better than any other I've rated. It's not bitter at all, it burns and draws extremely well, and it's the mildest, smoothest full-body I've ever smoked. All of that plus the amazing price makes this a definite stockpile stick. Try a five-pack, and if you're like me you won't hesitate to come back for a box!
James in Georgia September 2, 2009
"Bottom Line, Great Cigar"
burns well, great taste. a sure thing ;)
Joe in Washingtonville, NY May 15, 2009
I wasn't to sure about these when i bought a box. upon arrival i lite 1 up right out of the box. man oh man this is a good one. i just wonder what a couple of months in the humidor will do.
mike w in lusby Md March 17, 2009
Well first off it's a good cigar for the money. My favorites are the Partegas Black and Casa Torano Maduro and Camacho Triple Maduro but they are just too expensive if you smoke 4 or 5 a day. While this cigar does not rank even close to any of those, as a 2 dollar stick it is smokable. It starts out with very little taste for the first third then builds to a pretty decent maduro toastieness in the middle. It builds in flavor for the last half to about a mild medium flavored smoke and ends just a bit bitter. But it's cheap and overall smokable as a cheap everyday alternative.
Bikero in Upstate NY February 26, 2009
Is it any surprise this cigar is as good in taste as some of the more expensive Padrons(Estelo Padron is involved with this cigar)? The real surprise is how good they are at the price.At one buck eighty per Quixote per box price,this has got to be the best deal on the maduro cigar smokers planet. The ONLY fault I can find is that the burn is not as good as the Padron or Trinidad...Yeah,for my money I can live with that and quite well,thank-you very much! If you like maduros,good maduros,if you like Padrons and Trini's,ya just gotta give Sancho a nod. I do not think for the money spent that you will be seriously disappointed.
Edw.A.Roth in Michigan December 20, 2008