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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 #55: MAY 05 My cigars was from cab 50's May 05. Wow,what a the perfect smoke for me,so far so god.I'm very impress with the flavor, draw and taste from the beginning to the end was consistent. - Submitted by Polos on June 22, 2010

Review #54: NOV 98 I have written about this DC before, but after smoking one at a friend's concert, all I can say is this is the best DC I haveever smoked. Just elegant Cuban tobacco. Nice long finish and paired well with diet coke and a nice steak dinner. Read my earlier reviews for a better description and a few laughs. Richard - Submitted by Rich Golodner on June 22, 2010

Review #53: FEB 01 One of the better buys at a nearby cigar outlet. Still priced as per the current vintage but having 9 years box age. The dark brown wrapper is smooth and still has some oil on it. Strong cedar and hay prelit aromas. It is a pleasure to just look at it, a testament to the craft of cigar rolling. Starts off with a strong hit of spice and cedar with coffee flavours. Strong pepper and woody nuances. After about an inch the spice dies down but is still noticeable. The rich full flavours that come through are walnuts, dark coffee, cedar and tobacco. A touch of mint, then nutmeg which then morphs to black cherry but it is not particularly fruity. Quite a powerful smoke. The flavours change to become earthy while still retaining a tangy flavour to it. A tinge of leather is then thrown in to the lot towards the end. Finishes with no trace of tar, down to the last inch! Truly impressive. There is complexity and strenght with balance and the aftertaste keeps going on and on. What most impresses me is the texture of the smoke, like liquid silk. You can almost drink it like a fine aged red wine. Then there is the 'wow' factor when you pull it out of the bag. Much better than the Punch Punch I had recently. If I hve to fault it, the burn was quite uneven although the draw was good. I will definitely get a couple more or six just to keep for those special occasions. I feel that it is drawing close to its peak but I am sure a few more years will turn this into something truly sublime. - Submitted by sengjc on April 3, 2010

Review #52: Tried different years and all were pure candies. My best Prominente yet. Perfect in ALL respects. Good! good! good! A 10. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on July 21, 2009

Review #51: Yes, I agree with #49 review. Time will make much difference on this stogie. My last piece was year 03, and has ordered a box of yr 99. Expect a 10 years aging will do all the best to this beauty. - Submitted by Derek.C. on June 23, 2009

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