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Punch Double Coronas

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

Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:9.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #20: Really three cigars in one this was the final smoke at the recent Cigar Society of Australia's Farewell Dinner due to changes in the smoking legislation. On presentation a lovely colorado wrapper and gorgeously firm feel gave way, when lit, to a slightly tight draw and very cool, very mild smoke. In fact, she was almost reluctant to give up her secrets until about a third of the way in when she suddenly bloomed and went from shy to much more forward. Clouds of smoke now and a mouthful of spice and dark chocolate and cream. In the final third she reminded me of a D4 in her complexity and flavour yet never became harsh or hot. Even my wife, a lover of the milder, grassier Dominicans, was still enjoying its bounty down to the last inch. A beautiful cigar despite some early tightness - in wine terms more of a complex youthful Pinot than a bold Syrah. - Submitted by Uncle on July 2, 2007

Review #19: This is a fantastic cigar. From the first taste to the end it is so full of aroma and does not get stronger. I think this is going to become my favourite. - Submitted by petevicar on June 23, 2007

Review #18: So far the perfect smoke for me, am impress with the draw and taste from the beginning to the end was consistent. Reminds me a decade ago for the HDM double coronas! - Submitted by smokeybear on April 25, 2007

Review #17: wonderfull cigar with a bordeaux wine from 99, but not only now...the last 5 sticks from this were always great, burn , taste and everything they have it all (no coments n all the aromas ) - Submitted by bolibeli on February 18, 2007

Review #16: I love this cigar, it is up there with the hoyo dbl corona for the best of its size. Smoked one friday and felt blessed with it quality and flavor right done until the final inches. - Submitted by seand on January 28, 2007

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