From Punchcigars.com, “Punch is one of the first cigar brands to have been developed in Honduras. Made in accordance with the country’s tradition of expertly curing its tobacco, Punch lives up to its name with a bold, full-flavored taste. Specifically, the large-ring “Magnum” and uniquely shaped “Champion” have earned ratings of 90 and 91, from Cigar Aficionado and Cigar Insider.”
Wasn’t the biggest fan of this or the robusto. Just had a mainly bitter taste and had to relight several times.
TwoChief SplittingMoon (verified owner) –
Today, I smoked the punch champion Classico and here’s the run down. This cigar impressed me with a two and a half inch ash before it finally fell off. There’s a lots of light black pepper, coffee, cocoa, earth, and a nice sweetness mixed in. Pretty smooth but still has that classic punch essence I’ve become use to with punch cigars. The final third was exceptionally good. Medium plus body and strength. The retro hale is smoother in the final. Overall this was a nice cigar I enjoyed it. My score comes out to an 89.