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Punch Punch Punch

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Punch Cigars
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


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Review #37: The PP used to be my change up cigar, you know, - after you've smoked everything else in the humidor, the one you always come back to. But starting around 2004, the PP seemed to have lost its sweet, smooth spicy creamy and aromatic magic that never dissapointed, instead displaying an unpleasantly rough and sour meatiness with tight draw. At that point I began to search out earier vintages. When my sources ran out and with great regret I gave up on this vitole. Any opinions on current PP offerings as compared to earlier years would be greatly appreciated. (box codes much appreciated too). (my rating is for years 2000-2003 - don't know about current offerings). - Submitted by lbp on August 6, 2006


Review #36: This was a good cigar.I read about the draw problems,and can say that I didn't experience any.The flavor reminded me of coffe and mocha with a little spice.It got creamy also past the halfway point.Nice lingering finish.Woderful floral aroma.Worth a try. - Submitted by afuentelover on June 12, 2006


Review #35: Has Mr. Punch recovered? A couple of months ago, I've posted a severe review of Punch Churchills. Not a hasted one, though: its conclusions were based on a long experience, mine and my cigar pals'. But I really love Cubans and I like to give everyone a second chance. So I bought some Punch Punchs from LCDH in Bucharest. And, surprise: they were gorgeous! Medium strength, loads of smoke and that bold leathery and woody taste... They are driving me nuts for some days now. Maybe the Churchills will recover, too. I diminished the rating of PPs because the burn was a little uneven (nothing disastrous, still) and because they turned slightly harsh toward the last inch. However, a great smoke. I'll buy again. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 29, 2006


Review #34: I had to try this great classic and I am glad I did! This is great spicy smoke with a tinge of sweetness. It paired with Laphroaig, excellently. I had no difficulties with the draw. Don't pass on this one. Give it a try. It's a great cigar. - Submitted by HUC on May 18, 2006


Review #33: This cigar is one of the best corona gordas that I've tried. It has a smooth draw and great flavor. Its not as strong as the Punch DC but it certainly can hold its own. A must try. - Submitted by Kathleen on March 19, 2006


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