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Punch Punch Punch

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:143
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #31: I found this to be a very pleasing corona gorda, smooth from start to finish, medium strength, smooth combustion. Mine was from a box from '03 so was certainly coming into its own. As a novice smoker, I was impressed. Those looking for heaveier flavours might find this a bit light. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on February 4, 2006


Review #30: This is a classic fat corona, and though quality is variable it usually turns out good. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006


Review #29: I surprised at the negative, below average reviews..this is one cigar I reach for day in and day out and can always enjoy...the right size, perfect draw, taste at the medium level but with flavor....I have smoked boxes and boxes of these and never, and I mean never, tossed one....I cant say that with Cohiba or Montecristo. - Submitted by donk93953 on November 16, 2005


Review #28: The favor started off light with a mild spice. I do taste a hint of sweetness and cream. The draw was a bit tight but still above average and Iím sure it would be better with some aging. The burn appears to be very even with white/grey and black ashes. There is a fair amount of smoke from cigar. There is a tangy taste at the end of the 1st third of this cigar. The start of the 2nd third has a dry pepper taste added. The draw is better now with a very smooth and mild taste. The taste continues to be consistence throughout the middle part of the cigar. The start of the final third of this cigar has a woody and tangy taste. There is now a new pleasant taste added and Iím not sure what it is. All the favors just increased without the creaminess. Time: 1:04. Aftertaste, a bit dry and pleasant sensation. This is a mild/medium body cigar and well worth having in your humidor. Expect it to be better with time. - Submitted by w724y on May 19, 2005


Review #27: Not my favourite cigar: the flavour wasn't that rich at all. the draw however was good. burn a little uneven but OK. GRTZ - Submitted by Jort on March 11, 2005


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