Punch Rare Corojo Double Corona cigars present a stunning, full-flavored blend of Dominican Piloto Cubano, Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos capped with seamless Sumatra wrappers, specially-aged to produce a rich, vivid flavor and aroma. Keep a box in your humidor for those rare occasions.
I have resolved to only smoke Punch after having had plenty of Ashtons, Cuban and Dominican Cohibas, Romeo Y Julietas, Macanudos and numerous other reportedly good one off brands. The rare corojo was indeed a flavorful, fragrant treat, with excellent construction and a beautiful appearance. I've been looking for a square pressed cigar that was of this quality. Be aware that these burn very hot over the last 1/4 of the cigar (it's hard to give them up, even after the hour plus of smoking bliss).0 0
A Full Flavored Cigar. The more you smoke it the spicer it gets. It has zero sweetness and the best description I can give is FULL FLAVOR. I savored this cigar down to the nub. The setting was even perfect on the porch with my husband enjoying solitude watching a rain storm blow in. My husband however, did not like this cigar I finished it off by myself. I absolutely loved it. For me it's not an everyday smoke but when the moments right! It's perfecto0 0
A premium smoke. Have bought and smoked all 4 sizes. Rich and lots of flavor w/o being strong for strong's sake. Quite smooth with an easy draw and consistent burn. Have yet to get a bad one and I have smoked about at least 1/2 box of double coronas and Rothchilds and 5-10 of the pita and magnum. Can't find a fault with this blend.11 2
This is a well constructed cigar that draws slow and burns nicely. I did not pick up any chocolate in this cigar as a few of the others have mentioned. To me it has a bready flavor and is medium bodied. A little bit one dimensional and milder than I prefer until you get into the last half of the cigar. I don't find this to be nearly as good as the Punch Gran Puro.0 0