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Sancho Panza Triple Anejo

Triple Anejo, triple the flavor.

Prepare yourself, steel your nerves, and behold the full-bodied morsel that lies before you, Sancho Panza Triple Anejo. This Honduran handmade will make your mouth water and knees clatter with its potent, full-bodied mix of premium tobaccos. This savory beaut features Ecuadorian Sumatra, US Broadleaf, and Brazilian Arapiraca long-fillers tucked beneath a high-priming Nicaraguan Jalapa Sun Grown wrapper. Delivering a wallop of hearty spice right from the get-go, expect to be dazzled with flavors of pepper, earth, leather, and coffee with a subtly-sweet undercurrent dotting the finish. 

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Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Gordo (5.7"x58)
Box of 18In Stock$144.00
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$59.99
Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Robusto (5.0"x54)
Box of 18In Stock$108.00
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$49.99
Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Rothschild (4.5"x50)
Box of 18In Stock$90.00
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$39.99
Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Toro (6.0"x50)
Box of 18In Stock$126.00
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$54.99
Overall Rating4 out of 5 Based on 41 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Sancho Panza Triple Anejo”

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5 out of 5
A favorite
my favorite cigar - - so far. love everything about it. Flavor, burn rate....
4 out of 5
Weird start but a good finnish
Good cigar! Admittedly it had a weird start, it had a odd flavor that I can’t describe, and it seemed to get hot at first to where I had to put it down and puff ever minute or so.but after the first quarter inch it really performed. It was milder than I expected but it had a good chewy flavor. Kinda leathery but the aroma was very pleasant. Stayed cool also. I smoke to the nub and this cigar seemed to get better as you smoked. I recommend it for people that like medium bodied cigars
5 out of 5
Delicious Cigars
good quality, nice and delicious cigars. thanks.
5 out of 5
This cigar fits my taste
This cigar fits my taste profile just right. Thanks
4 out of 5
for the most part ,
for the most part , a good smoke for the money . often too difficult to draw the smoke through the cigar
4 out of 5
Solid medium-full smoke
I love it when these go on sale. Smooth, great flavor, not spicy but full bodied, good ash and smoke. Will buy again.
4 out of 5
Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Robusto
Full and strong but burns a little hot. The cigar also burns a little unevenly but if you like full and strong this could be the cigar for you.It also is very cost effective for the budget minded.
5 out of 5
triple anejo
Bold, complex, excellent construction. Flavors of cinnamon, dark chocolate, cedar and cardomon.
5 out of 5
Love it
Pepper, spice and everything nice
4 out of 5
Nice value for a solid smoke from a name brand
Sancho Panza has long been a great value in the cigar world. The Triple Anejo is a smooth draw with volumes of smoke at a very good price. The other Sancho products are a square press and have a smooth solid burn, the Anejo is not a press and I have had some uneven burns. Still a great smoke from a brand all cigar lovers should be familiar with
5 out of 5
My opinion
Excellent cigar, smokes cool, good flavor, long lasting.
5 out of 5
Great every day cigar
From start to finish it’s pretty consistent great flavor ,even burn
5 out of 5
Panza Bananza
A real treat by the beach, or just a nice walk in the park. Truly a classic smoke.
2 out of 5
Not All Sancho Panza products Are The Same.
Sad to say, this cigar was a disappointment. I smoked them all, but each one seemed like a dutiful chore. Hard to draw, slightly bitter smoke and not much of it. If I was richer, I would have thrown them in the drink. I am a big Sancho Panza double maduro fan, smoker and buyer, so I had high hopes for these.
4 out of 5
Great stick
This stick never disappoints a great smoke at a great price point. ( Win Win) One of my favorites
3 out of 5
Hard drawing, had too push
Hard drawing, had too push a golf tee thru .
3 out of 5
ok for the price
burns too quickly
2 out of 5
Aaverage at best.
These cigars have a terrible burn. Will have to keep them in my humidor for a while before I try them again. Average flavor profile.
4 out of 5
Very nice cigar for the price
This is my go-to cigar for everyday smokes. It has a great burn time, lots of flavor, and a very even burn. It’s heavy but not overwheleming.
5 out of 5
Tasty
This is my second order, i like a full flavored smoke and this absolutly delivers
5 out of 5
Good cigars
My brother liked them very much
5 out of 5
Another Sancho Hit!!
A great smoke almost as good as another favorite the Double Ligero!! Nice bite, smooth burn, a great afternoon-evening toast!
5 out of 5
Sancho Panaza
These cigars were perfect small cigars they burn well and easy to smoke with plenty of flavor
5 out of 5
Good smoke
Good smoke
5 out of 5
Value Based , Under Rated
Great Stick.. That why I ordered more... Smokes and Tastes like a higher line cigar. Good Value... Smooth start, gets sweeter and sweeter till the bitter end.
3 out of 5
Nice start, harsh finish. Decent work cigar.
Starts out pretty nice. Not the best flavor, burns good through out. But near the end it becomes quite rough. Who ever makes the Sancho Panza now should re think the blend or something. In all, its ok, I'd give it just an 80 rating mostly because its a nice smoke while mowing the lawn.
4 out of 5
Nice surprise
I got this in a sampler with low expectations because I didn't like the signature Sancho panza, but I was pleasantly surprised. Reordered with the gentleman's duece and they were just as good. Not a top shelf gar but I have had zero construction issues and for the price it's worth it. Always enjoyable to me, nice flavor and consistent. Worth a try IMO
5 out of 5
Smoked after 5 months rest on cedar..
I really like this gar, nice oily wrapper with nice draw, even burn, off white ash, smooth, light spice and a ton of smoke. Shared with two friends watching Sunday NFL Football, both of my friends loved this little gar.. even my friend that a ring label snob (he only buys well known name brand cigars)
5 out of 5
Peppery Panza
The 'cool looking', Blue Labeled Sancho Panza, Triple Anejo cigar packs a punch full of pepper and spice. The cigar is an enjoyable smoke. However, there was some inconsistency within the box. A small number of the boxed cigars were tight and hard to draw. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate the Triple Anejo a 6.5.
1 out of 5
Deal breaker
Like so many so called " deal " cigars , they all suffer from construction issues ! I will not buy Sancho Panza triple Anejo , Arganessi , Bahia Gran Habanno , and sadly Gurka black ops Anymore !!! Yes all cigars have a minimum of one month resting in a humidor of proper humidification . I will recommend CI legends Olivia , Trinadad reserve , Diesel cigars and CAO cigars . I am Hopeful that my order of Man o War sampler 20 cigars will be outstanding after One month in the Humidor
2 out of 5
Good taste poor smoke
The cigar tastes great but out of 18 all but two had holes running through them. If you pinch them hard you can get them to smoke otherwise they burn up the center. If they were rolled well they would have been a good cigar. Difficult to stay lit. They were reasonably priced if you have a lot of matches to keep them lit.
1 out of 5
Please don't smoke!
This is my first negative review ever and I have to say this is a terrible smoke. I know! Everyone has there preferences, but I have been smoking cigars for 20 years, managed a cigar bar for 8 years and have grown and made my own cigars from seed. The cigar wrapper looks like it was rushed with a cook process instead of proper fermentation and you can taste it right off. Construction is decent but a portion of the cigars I revived had large steams right in the center that did not help with pulling smoke through the cigar. The over all taste for me was chemical and harsh, it actually made my mouth and throat hurt. Sorry General but this one needs to be buried.
4 out of 5
Great with coffee or brandy
Great flavour, big cigar, leather, coffee, and a semi-sweet taste from the Maduro wrapper. A few didn't draw as well, but for the price, this is still a bargain.
5 out of 5
cotton
the Sancho panza is one the best subbie cigars you can buy
4 out of 5
Stiffer draw, rich flavor
I have smoked this cigar in a larger size and loved it so I tried a box of the 4.5" rothchilds. The flavor was great with a rich earthiness. Draw and burn were good, just a little more than average effort to draw.
4 out of 5
Sancho Panza Triple Anejo Toro
Full bodied throughout the smoke. Well made. Good value.
4 out of 5
New SP Triple Anejo
This cigar has a broad palate, from creamy to spicy (notes of cedar & nutmeg plus latte). Very well constructed. Drawback? Several from a box of 18 didn't draw well. If they can roll them a little less tight, I'm all in!
3 out of 5
Okay could be a lot better!!
I fell in love with this brand smoking a double maduro and when a private auction came out for the triple Anejo I was all over it. The flavors and aromas are very pleasing at times but it has had some bitter overtones to it.. The construction is fair at best. Hard to keep lite with pits and small crevices. I buried my box for a few months in my humidor and it didn't help much!!
3 out of 5
Meh! I'll mow the lawn
Ok flavor, burned a little warm, not as deep Anejo flavor as I hoped for, if your trying to pull off the Fuente Anejo experience on a can beer budget then no. But for mowing the yard or cleaning out the garage, walking the pooch it will do.
3 out of 5
Sanchd Panza triple Anejo
I was disappointed. I've always loved Sancho Panzas. The first one was fine, then there were some draw problems on the next two or three. Not what I expected. I'll wait to see what happens after a few more months in the humidor. At this point, not sure I'd buy these again
5 out of 5
Too Big
taste good. 6x60 too big and smoked unevenly. Constant relight. Burt