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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

Average user rating

Review #13: mild cigars,nothing special,burn problems.i would prefer any cohiba or lusitania anytime - Submitted by marius on October 15, 2006

Review #12: Just got a cab of these from 04. Even though these are still on the young side, they have great promice in a few more years. - Submitted by La Gloria on July 8, 2006

Review #11: i must say, i'm a big fan of these smokes, i had an 8yr old one last year and that was the best smoke ever. i bought a box of them in cuba in nov, now i still like them but some of them have had a tight draw. it just seems to me that the bigger the cigar the more chances of a few tight ones and harder draw ones. there still an amazing smoke but everytime i reach into my humidor for one i hesitate and my hand trembles a little hoping it wont be tight. - Submitted by MR_MINIWHEAT on March 10, 2006

Review #10: This is my second review of this cigar. Two years ago, I used to smoke a lot of churchills from Punch, and god knows I was satisfied. Then, I switched to other makes and, from time to time, I was trying again the old PC. An year ago, I noticed a major change in quality: in fact, I barely recognised one of my favorites! Well, I said to myself it's an accident: everybody has a bad day, from time to time... But two months ago I bought again a box of PC's and it's a mess! All of them had an extremely tight draw (some were unsmokeable), the wrapper, although looking fine, was crispy, they burned like hell, being hot, harsh and tasteless. The box was NOV03, it was bought from a respectable dealer, it was properly stored and, yes, I do have a good humi at home. These remarks were confirmed by my smoking pals from the "Cigars Club" in Bucharest: they all told me that the Punch Churchills, despite their heritage of quality, now simply stink. What a pity!... - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on January 19, 2006

Review #9: I love this cigar. Along with the Bolivar Gigante, when it comes to the big boys I reach for one. Its medium strength, lovely draw, the aroma is delicate....If you are like me and dont care for the punch (pun intended) of a Cohiba, or the Upmann, grab one of these. - Submitted by donk93953 on September 24, 2005

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