Punch Rare Corojo

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From a very old and trusted name in the world of cigar brands comes a much sought after smoke..... Punch Rare Corojo is a rich-tasting, square pressed cigar of distinction.

Started as a limited-edition brand in 2001, these special square-pressed cigars are released in small quantities only once a year, and are always at the top of the ratings.

Still handcrafted the Rare Corojo is made with rich, dark Sumatra wrapper leaves that are grown in the mountains of Ecuador, and the filler is a rich blend of Honduran, Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos.

While these cigars are great right out of the box, an additional one to two years of aging takes the Rare Corojo to a whole new level. Many smokers pick up at least two boxes every year so one can be put aside for long-term aging.

Overall a robust, well-balanced, aromatic, and super-smooth cigar. Its extra rich flavor, make these robust, heady smokes a real good treat.
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Ecuador Sumatra

Connecticut Broadleaf

Dominican Republic / Honduras / Nicaragua


Medium - Full

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BitterRoot on 06/27/15

I like PUNCH cigars and these are my new favorites .Enjoyed every one that I have smoked so far.


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Excellent blend

Bohdan on 12/03/14

The blended tobaccos gives this cigar a smooth, rich flavor. After a few weeks in a humidor the flavor becomes even more mellow and brings out the sweetness. E-Z draw, nice finish.


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My #1 cigar

wdschlink on 02/24/15

My go to cigar. Always a great roll and they age beautifully in the humidor. I used to switch back and forth with Fuentes 858 but the consistent quality has made this a solid choice. Never lets me down.