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Punch Churchills

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Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #18: SEP 06 Recieved a box of 25 two weeks ago,since then I tried four.Beautiful sticks I have to say.I never experienced any draw problems as i can read here,mine are the contrare.While smoking them, I thought I bit too much end off because of the such smooth draw, but I do find you have to keep puffing often, cause if you wait a minute it'll die out on you. Flavors are present, nice aromatic smoke. - Submitted by ironstomach on August 4, 2008

Review #17: --- 98 Had a '98 directly after a Monarca for direct comparison. This Churchill is stronger and more intense than the Monarca, but hardly was anything more than medium strength and quite mild. It was more roasty and a tad bit more creamy, with some faint "Rancio" character. After all, it seemed like a very diluted or watered-down Punch for me. My hallmark Punch are '98 Royal Selection No.12. I also wrote that the Coronas share their profile but are much milder. This is also true for the Churchill, and I would even say it is a tad bit lighter and milder than the Coronas as the Punch profile was by far not as defined and recognizeable in this smoke. I will have to agree that there are quite a few "better" Cuban Churchills around... - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on July 8, 2008

Review #16: This was a nice smooth milder medium bodied smoke. I enjoyed it today on Fathers day while laying in my hammock and looking at the stars. This was an enjoyable smoke. Woody taste, nice puffs of smoke, good draw and only needed a touch up to stay lit. I will definately enjoy the remaining 4 I have. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on June 16, 2008

Review #15: This is not a great Cuban Churchill. However, it's not a bad one either. It's just not the Churchill I'd go to for this format. It does not set the standard, however, it really does give you Punch flavours. I love the way you know you're smoking a Punch no matter what vitola. This Churchill builds in strength. There are burn problems. This was tightly rolled and ultimately lead to a split wrapper in the last 1/3rd. - Submitted by cookj1 on March 31, 2008

Review #14: Almost a delightful cigar, spoiled by troubled draw throughout. In fact, I haven't had a decent draw and burn Cuban Churchill in nearly two years! It is a shame since they used to excel in this format - its downfall may be at the expense of developing newer and thicker gauge vitolas. It is saved somewhat by wonderful mild-medium taste the way I remebered them. Bring back the old rollers! - Submitted by worjor on December 4, 2006

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