Smokers who want a full-bodied smoke at an affordable price will embrace these remarkably rich-tasting, BOX-PRESSED cigars. Extra-dark Connecticut broadleaf wrappers hand-selected for their rich, oily quality, are aged four years before rolling, while the Connecticut shade binder is cured to a maduro color, also aged four years, for a richer, sweeter, and smoother smoke. Much more robust than the regular Sancho Panza cigars, the 'Sancho Panza Double Maduro La Mancha' will remind you of those starry Havana nights!
After 2 boxes I simply cannot find anything but praise for the Sancho Panza La Mancha cigars. Pick whatever category you can think of and the score is perfect. If you like the taste of Padron maduros you'll undoubtedly love the La Mancha. The tastes aren't identical, but both have that delicious, even, "all the way home" zest. Get two boxes - these are absolutely Fine! You will be pleasantly amazed. An' Thass a Fac, Jac !0 0
This is an excellent cigar. I'm usually a bit wary of maduros because of the "pepper" and "anise" tastes that you often get, but I got one of these with a sampler and loved it. Bought a box of the La Mancha. Very slow burn - even this little corona lasted a good 45 minutes. Terrific flavors of cocoa and vanilla with a bit of sweetness on the finish. Very smooth and not at all overpowering. I can't think of a better way to spend two bucks.10 3
Everything you want in a good everyday cigar. Great draw and burn along with a yummy taste at a really good price.0 0
Great taste, great price. This is going to be my every day smoke. As good as El Rico Habano at a 1/3 of the price. I'm sure glad that I came across these.0 0