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Punch Coronas

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Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #13: Nice cigar, smoked a box, the draw was too tight for me though, nearly having an embellism during the first third of each one. - Submitted by Otto on July 14, 2005

Review #12: This cigar was a delight: a rich flavor with a full smoke. The draw was a little tight for the first 1/3, but loosened up from there out. It burned quite evenly, and had a spicey, earthy flavor from start to finish. I will definately keep a few in my humidor. - Submitted by Troy on June 13, 2005

Review #11: smoking one right now...the flavour!!!! wonderful tasty corona...sweet in begining,spicy to the end. The brand name says it all!!! - Submitted by samid on February 23, 2005

Review #10: Recently, in the course of moving out a handful of these that had been wrapped in kitchen wrap and left in an unhumidified drawer for four years (!) were discovered. Amazingly, they are almost exactly the same as they were when first purchased, having seemingly "mummified" during the period of storage. Anyways, this is a very complex, spicy, and full bodied cigar that still displays the acrid and sulphurous tastes of youth towards the end. Now that the rest are in a proper humidor, I can only hope that they will resume ageing normally- for if they do, they will be glorious in a few years. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on November 1, 2004

Review #9: Excellent cigar! smooth, long lasting right down to the very end (literally), mild, great overall cigar. Aroma was supurb. This is my new favorite. - Submitted by Leukoism on October 25, 2004

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