Good Afternoon my cigar smoking family. Today we will be smoking the Cuban Sancho Panza. It had been a rough week and I just couldn’t seem to get my reviews together. I started out by saying that I was not going to review this cigar, but hey. I am how I am and I do what I do. So I ended up reviewing it anyway.
Cuban Sancho Panza Belicosos
Ring Gauge: 52
Today’s cigar was paired with the Left Hand Brewing Milk Stout Nitro.
The wrapper had a reddish hue a.k.a. Rosado. The aroma reminds me of salty sea air (I tend to find this on many Cuban cigars). The draw is tight and the cold draw yields baking spice flavors. The first draw is toasty, with baking spice, hay and a slight sweetness.
The strength is mild to medium. It builds up a coffee and nutty flavor.
The Left Hand Brewing Milk Stout Nitro is an excellent pairing with this cigar. The sweet malt of the beer accentuates the nuttiness of the cigar. The Cuban Sancho Panza has a strong white pepper flavor and increases to a medium strength cigar with great smoke output. It leaves a nice coffee and pepper tastes in your mouth.
This was a great cigar and my advice to you is try it if you have a chance.
Today was another great day in my neighborhood.
I will tell you my secret on how to have a great day EVERY DAY!
When you wake up in the morning, one of the first things you do is say to yourself is “Today Is Going To Be Another Great Day”.
Your subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between the truth and a lie. So you might as well put some good stuff in your subconscious… even if you don’t believe it.
So Make Today Another Great Day.