SANCHO PANZA CUBAN CIGARS
As with other major Habanos brands, such as Montecristo and Romeo y Julieta, the name Sancho Panza was taken from a masterpiece of world literature.
It was the smart peasant servant Sancho Panza who faithfully served as a squire for the knight Don Quixote, in the 17th-century novel by Miquel de Cervantes.
His name was first used in 1848 as a name for a Habano and has since enjoyed an excellent reputation among experienced connoisseurs.
Today, the offer includes a representative of the largest Habanos format available: a 235 mm long Gran Corona that bears the simple name “Sancho”.
With their medium-strength mixtures of tobacco from the Vuelta Abajo region, all formats are ‘totalmente a mano, tripa larga’ – long fillers made entirely by hand.