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Punch Punch Punch

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Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #97: JAN 03 One of my favourite Corona Gordas. I have found that they age nicely (I aged mine 5 years). Good even burn. Nice construction. Never harsh. A joy from start to finish. - Submitted by celery25 on July 26, 2009

Review #96: OCT 06 Enjoyed one of these sitting on polridsmouth beach and it was an absolute joy. Well tempered flavour and excellent depth. One of five and I wish i had bought more. PTS OCTO6 (no cello) - Submitted by stjohnroe on May 29, 2009

Review #95: Δεν είμαι ιδιαίτερα φίλος του συγκεκριμένου. Punch και οχι Punch Punch... - Submitted by indytheo on May 26, 2009

Review #94: OCT 07 I smoked my first one of these over the weekend after having received them the previous week. The one I had was delicious. Well made, good draw, and pre-lit it had a good taste. I lit it without difficulty, and began to enjoy it. The first 3rd established how good the rest of the smoke would be. Creaminess first, then cedar, then a sweetness (but not too sweet). In the second 3rd showed some spice but not overpowering, it fit in perfectly with all that was going on up to that point. The ash was a dark grey, and the aroma was kind of floral mixed with a tobacco scent. The final 3rd was a mixture of all the flavors that I described, with an excellent balance between them. Throughout, there was this twang that is unmistakable, and accented the entire smoke. This was/is a great smoking experience, and worth the time spent. I recommend these highly. - Submitted by DonP on April 21, 2009

Review #93: OCT 07 BLP07. Just got back from Cuba. I got a box of these (1/2 boxed left at the Partagas factory that day) and am unsure if I got the regular PP or Black prince. Mine do not have the cellophane as pictured here so im thinking they are Black prince. Does anyone known if the box code (BLP) is an acronym for black prince. Im very excited to try this cigar as it is very well constructed, I will give an update once I try this one,but in the mean time, can anyone help me out on this one? - Submitted by Hrvat on April 15, 2009

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