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Punch Royal selection No 11

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<< Royal CoronationsRoyal Selection No. 12 >>

Punch Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

Average user rating

Review #19: Outstanding cigar with the great Punch profile. Burn, volume of smoke, flavor all top marks. This is the second from a box purchased in Cuba in Jan this year, Box code GSO JUN 06. - Submitted by randallp on April 16, 2008

Review #18: I had two of these today the first was tasty but kept going out on me and the draw was tight, but had a beautiful dark wrapper. I got frustrated and light a second example. The second was well aged and had a lighter wrapper. It also had an amazing draw, great taste and perfect construction. I love this size cigar. It was refreshing and strong. Great floral notes, with a hint of spice and smoked wood. I really enjoyed this cigar alot. What amazing traditional flavors. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on March 23, 2008

Review #17: The visual alone sets the tone for this cigar. Perfect construction, the wrapper was smooth, dark, and the oils had set in giving that 'waxy' sheen, that I love. They have that Punch "earthiness almost barnyard" distinct smell, I find intoxicating. The cigar was firm, yet it opened to a nice draw and burned evenly through out. The flavor on lips began salty, then of coffee and light semi-chocolate were immediately present and continued building and the finished with a refined tobacco ll the while, leaving a med-light dryness on the palate. Throughly enjoyed this cigar. Go buy a few and enjoy. - Submitted by nottiman on December 28, 2007

Review #16: About 6 months ago I purchased a cabinet of 25 from Switzerland of the 2002 vintage. What an excellent cigar! Perfect construction, draw, and burn. The floral, coffee, and tobacco notes are only constrained by the medium level of smoothness that protrudes from this premium vitola. The finish was just dry enough, offering loads of sweet fermented tobacco, without ever getting hot or harsh. Good show! - Submitted by jcruise400 on August 18, 2007

Review #15: This cigar is hard to judge, depending how your personal palate is judged. Personally, I find this cigar to be very intoxicating and full of refinement. The first third starts off light with the typical Punch woody flavor. Surprising I find this cigar to remind of a typically aged scotch whisky. Granted, all of the sticks that I have tried are aged by about 5-6 years, but I believe this is one cigar that is undervalued by most cigar smokers. No wonder in MRN's book he says this is a cigar for insiders! - Submitted by M. Jen on April 18, 2007

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