Cigar Review: Punch Rare Corojo

Basic Information: Punch Rare Corojo

Manufacturer – Punch Cigars

Size – Figurado – Champion

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Sumatra

Tobacco Blend – Nicaragua, Hondura, Dominican

Pricing – $6.29

Body –  Medium +


The wrapper is a nice rich, reddish brown color with a unique body shape. There are little to no veins and some visible slightly lifted seams.


Aroma – Cedar and Nuts

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Nuts and Chocolate

After Toast:

First Half –  Wood and spice are quick to the palate followed by a peppery leather finish. The wood settles in and the flavor is somewhere between an oak and cedar mixed with the spice. The leather lightens up and kind of gives off a salty finish. The burn is slightly wavy, and ash held strong.

Second Half – The wood and spice continue as well as the cedar and salty leather on the finish. This cigar has been as consistent as it gets with the flavor profile. The burn tightened up to sharp. The ash held all the way through the cigar. Beautiful construction.

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Johnnie Walker Platinum

Wine – Phebus Rose´

Overall Experience:

This Punch Rare Corojo had a good array of flavors in the profile with wood, spice, cedar, oak, leather and salt all coming into play at one point or another giving this good complexity for such a small smoke. I enjoyed this over a rainstorm and scotch for about an hour. The number of flavors for the price point of this cigar is a great buy in my opinion.


Cigar Aficionado – 88pts.

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Punch Rare Corojo