Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan, Dominica Piloto Cubano
Made by: General Cigar Company
Love a cigar that stays consistent and well balanced all the way the through? Well, look no further than the Punch Rare Corojo. The look of the Punch had a dark reddish wrapper that had a little bit of give to it. This cigar has a prominent pure rich tobacco flavor with bitter wood tones and notes of spice. The construction is excellent but gives a respectable medium draw and a very white ash. The level of body was a light-medium that very so gradually stabilized into a medium level of body. As it is already stated the flavors of the Punch Rare Corojo hardly wavered throughout the entire smoke of this cigar. The only exception to the steady flow of wood tones, notes of spice, and a very lovely prominent copious tobacco flavor was the sudden harshness 2 inches from the end of the cigar. So, stop before that 2 inches you wouldn’t want to sour the experience of a flavorful highly balanced and consistent cigar. Over all the Punch Rare Corojo was a very enjoyable smoke that will need to be appreciated further soon.