Sancho Panza Non Plus - 25 cigars

Sancho Panza 240005

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Quick Overview

The Sancho Panza Non Plus is a delightful and creamy medium bodied Petit Corona, 5.1” (129mm) long, of 42 ring gauge, and comes in a 25 cigars box. It is somewhat close to a Vegas Robaina Familiar in taste. It presents a nice mix of flavors in the palate, such as earth, wood, peat, leather (quite salty and dank flavors), but there is also some sweetness of cocoa, vanilla, chocolate and some fruity notes of raisin, and hints of oatmeal. For such an attractive price, it would be a miss not to try this Habanos. It can be a bit young and powerful, but overtime, after 2 or 3 years of ageing, the flavors will be magnified. It is definitely a cigar that deserves publicity.

Sancho Panza Non Plus - 25 cigars

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Sancho Panza Non Plus - 25 cigars [5.1" x 42]

The Sancho Panza Non Plus is not the most famous Petit Corona, but merits publicity.

  • • In addition to the dominant tobacco flavor, there is a lot of earth, wood floral notes, cocoa and pepper.
  • • A cigar that has a great potential for ageing.

This cigar simply packs great Cuban flavors for an affordable price.


Sancho Panza Non Plus - 25 Cigars comes in a dress box with Habanos Packing Code CB-UW-C/L-12,13-n-25


Length: 129 mm

Diameter: 16.67 mm

Ring gauge: 42

Shape: Petit Corona / Mareva


The cigar has a nice appearance, even if the wrapper has this rustic kind of look, it is smooth and the triple cap is perfect. It has a nice Colorado Maduro color, with one or two noticeable veins and an appealing oily sheen. The cigar is light and there are no apparent soft spots.

Smoking Notes:

Before lighting up

The wrapper smells of dank aromas, wet earth, mushrooms, wood, with also some hay and floral notes.

Burn/ Draw

Cutting the cigar is easy, the draw is perfect and dank flavors reach the palate. Once lit, the burn line is neat, and even. The first puff gives some straightforward tobacco, and some saltiness. The ash is gray and firm.

Initial third:

The first third of the cigar is of medium body, dominated with flavors of leather, earth, and of salted tobacco. There are also some floral notes, and some light sweetness on the palate. The cigar is still burning well, producing nice amount of tasty smoke.

Middle third:

In the middle third, the dominant flavors remain basically the same, however, with more musty flavors, such as a nice pu-erh tea, more saltiness and some spices as well. There are also creamy notes appearing, some chocolate, vanilla and hints of bitterness of citrus. Overall, the middle third of the cigar is in the same medium to high range.

Final third:

In the final third, the cigar strength goes up a notch while the flavor profile remains similar. There is even more tea flavors, more saltiness and more white pepper. The cigar burns great all along and until the nub when unfortunately, it is time to leave it in the ashtray.

In summary, it is a great Petit Corona; it has great flavors and that ages very well.

Smoking time:

45 – 60 Minutes

Additional Information

Brand Sancho Panza
Box of 25
Length 5.1 inches (129 mm)
Ring Gauge 42
Shape Petit Corona
Strength Medium
Packing Code CB-UW-C/L-12,13-n-25


A little smooth cigar , 7/5/2020
By Gary
Perfect for a late evening smoke. Even burn, good ash, very flavorful. I have about 5 boxes of these including the 2 I just reordered. Great value for the money. Not a long smoke--45-60 minutes.
Awesome flavors , 11/5/2018
By Sean
Very unique flavor profile. Creamy spice with hints of raisins. Only downside is that they roll this cigar pretty tight so you might need a draw poker or the perfect punch tool in order to enjoy it. Otherwise great flavors. Sancho Panza knows what they’re doing when picking these leaves.
Great value for money!! , 10/19/2018
By Renato
an excellent cigar. perfect burn from start to finish without touch-ups. great value for money, with a very pleasant and persistent flavor.
An enjoyable petit corona , 9/2/2018
By El Fumador
Not on par with the Monties and the Bolivars in my book, but still an enjoyable cigar. Getting it on sale makes it a good buy.
Good Cuban classics , 8/3/2018
By Konstantin
Sancho Panza is not a popular brand, they are not very stable in quality rolling. But if you're lucky, it's a good Cuban classic cigar. Open secret: now in stock a very successful party in 2016. A lot of smoke, strong aroma, taste of salty tobacco ash, flowers and oak wood. It is necessary to hurry necessarily to try, because the classics are gradually removed from production.
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