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Punch Double Coronas

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<< Diademas Extra No 2Exhibit No. 5 >>

Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:194
Format:ProminenteRing:49
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Punch Double Coronas Review:

If you are familiar with Double Coronas, you will find the one belonging to this brand as one of the best in the market. As you keep on smoking it, its flavours, aroma and taste increase, with a perfect combustion. The minimum ageing recommended for this cigar goes between three and five years.

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Review #69: OCT 14 The first cigar from a box that aged in my humidor for two years. The first box was very nice in 2015, but last night's cigar took me to the edge of heaven. Construction, cold draw were all fine and the burn was perfect. I thought the smoke output was initially low, but on such a big cigar it's actually a good thing for it to slowly work its way through, and it stayed reassuringly cool throughout. Nary a flake on the ash, which always broke solidly. The flavors were subtle with tart fruit, light sweetness and the retrohale had an incense-like quality. Medium bodied. BRM OCT 14: if only I could find more of these boxes of 25. The factory code stands for Briones Montoto, how nice it would be to visit one day! I also have a box of petite coronas from the same factory and date, but I like this DC much more. - Submitted by KimweeKim on July 12, 2017


Review #68: APR 04 I dont smoke many DC, due strictly to the fact that I usually don't have the 2+ hours of time to enjoy one. These make me want to drop everything and make the time though. Extremely cubanesque... Cream, honey, spice and everything nice! - Submitted by scott6465 on May 11, 2017


Review #67: Creamy leather and earth flavours - couldhave been an amazing cigar if not for the terrible draw. How can a high level cuban cigar have such a tight and incompetent roll ??? It could have been an 8 or even a 9; becase of the awfull draw, it will be just a 6 (mostly because the aftertaste remains for some time; otherwise, it would be an even lower grade) !!! - Submitted by Heinrich on November 8, 2016


Review #66: NOV 13 These are okay and not as good as Hoyo DC's. They are lighter and have uneven burns. I wanted to just love them, but they are sort of disappointing and I have not aged them too long for this reason. Check out yourself, but I have not had a great relationship with these. - Submitted by owensinco on October 8, 2016


Review #65: AUG 00 Aug2000- mellowed out , waves of ripen fruit , creamy smoke texture .consistent down to final third . very enjoyable . Submitted by Aznguy22 on January 3, 2016


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