The Sancho Panza Non Plus dates back to well before the Cuban Revolution. Unfortunately, due to a rationalization of the brand’s portfolio, Habanos S.A. has decided to discontinue production of the Non Plus in 2019. However, partly due to the not widespread distribution on world markets and partly because it is a niche brand, it is still available in most well-stocked stores.
The vitola de Galera is Mareva and was offered to the public in twenty-five count dress boxes.
Often, the cigars are dressed in very dark wrappers, ranging from Colorado Maduro to Maduro. To the touch, they are rustic, with not very marked veins. The overall quality is good, and the cigar is slightly box-pressed.
- Country of Origin: Cuba
- Size: 42 x 129 mm (5.08″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ N.A. – € 7.20
Sancho Panza Non Plus: unlit, very strong wood aromas are perceived, followed by less intense spicy notes and nuances of earth and cocoa.
Ultimately, the Sancho Panza Non Plus faithfully mirrors the rustic Sancho Panza character. The resulting smoke is decisive and intense, and also the aromas are well defined. The evolution, although not exaggerated, is palpable. Only the astringency is a bit annoying towards the end.