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Punch Exquisitos

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<< Exhibit No. 5Gran Corona >>

Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit CetroRing:40
Weight:7,52 gr.
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) boxes of 10 and boxes of 25.

Punch Exquisitos Review:

This is a mild cigar, but very difficult to find. Have you ever tried one? send us your review! (Discontinued in 2002)

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Review #3: JUN 01 After reading this review i bought a box LOC JUN01 (factory carlos Balino). Cihar looks good for machine made, wrapper is colorado claro,light veiny. Construction firm with some loose places, whitch is by hand made cigar too. Unlit smell well and sweet.After lit comes light bitter taste, typical cuban peppery taste through out. Increase in last third.I can described it medium to full(last part). Remind me with this peppery taste machine made Partagas from the same factory more then Punch,but i didnĀ“t smoke so many Punch cigar.Flavour full and nice, no harsh, no sweet. Easy loose draw, burn well.Ash fall down about 3 cm. - Submitted by kml on October 8, 2010

Review #2: I picked up a box of these nicely aged FR NIUA (1987) machine made cigars. This little cigar would not win any beauty contests. The bands were discolored and it looked to me as if there had been some kind of ink running. A friend explained to me that with this extreme age, and with these cigars enclosed in cellophane, the oils had risen to the wrapper and discolored the bands. The cellophane was yellowed and things didn't get any prettier when I pulled the cellophane off. This cigar was mottled with dark spots and in some places the wrapper was coming a bit loose. I did my best to gently wet down the loose wrapper and then readied myself to smoke. I clipped the pointy (not rounded) cap and fired the cigar up. It had a medium draw and it burned straight and true despite the fact that I was outside with a bit of wind. Previous Punch cigars that I have sampled have been too mild for my taste, but this cigar hit me like a slap in the face with a pleasant surprise right from the start. I got an immediate strong burst of cooking spices and a little bit of pepper, VERY full flavored but with mild-medium strength. The spicy taste was not sweet but was very enjoyable. This intense flavor was augmented by greater strength and tobacco taste during the middle third of the cigar. The spicy peppery taste continued. with a little growth in the pepper, during this middle portion and it reached a medium-strong strength level, but was never bitter. During the final third, the spiciness diminished and the strength increased, and I had a nice, bold, flavorful cigar that I smoked down to the nub. As I mentioned above, this cigar had a few places where the wrapper was a bit loose. This was noticeable during the final third of this cigar. While I had removed the band carefully, this small trauma to the band caused it to unravel a fair bit during the final portion of the smoke. But this was a minor nuisance, I was able to hold the loose band in place and this cigar burned and tasted like a dream all the way. In summary, this was a great little cigar that had unexpected flavor and strength for a machine made Punch cigar. This was a very nice cigar that was a real pleasure. And just the aura of smoking a 19 year old cigar that I didn't have to pay an arm and a leg to get added to the fun for me. - Submitted by Professor Twain on January 31, 2007

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