When you demand a genuine Honduran cigar in a very considerable collection of shapes and sizes, you cannot miss with Punch cigars. Generated in agreement with the country's custom of proficiently curing its tobacco, Punch lends credence to its title with a robust, full flavored taste.
Generally lives up to its reputaton as a full flavored ,slightly spicey cigar. My complaint is that each box I've smoked always hasat least 6 or more very tightlyrolled cigars. They are smokable but not really enjoyable.
Taste is pretty good, I like it. Normally a good draw and texture.
Ah ha! Now that's a cigar. One of my favorites in all aspects - looks great, classic brand name, full flavor, and it gave off more smoke than a tire fire. Lit up very easily and burned evenly all the way down w/ no relights or touch-ups needed. Full bodied taste w/ none of the nasty leftovers in the mouth after expelling the draw which can be common w/ cigars like this. Burned for a long long time - 36 holes of Golden Tee 2005 and I still had enough of the Double Corona left to polish off another beer at the bar before it was gone. Be forewarned however - this one is enough to make a newbie puke. Probably not a good choice for those who's idea of "full bodied" is a Michelob Ultra and a Macanudo. Try this one with a Makers Mark, straight up, or a Guinness Extra Stout.