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PUNCH RARE COROJO CHAMPION COROJO FIGURADO

Punch Rare Corojo cigars are made with the scarce dark, oily Corojo wrapper enveloping a select blend of Nicaraguan, Honduran Havana-seed and Dominican filler tobaccos. Complemented with a true Connecticut Broadleaf binder, the Punch Rare Corojo incorporates both quality and rich, robust taste. If you want a Punch cigar with an extra kick to it, Punch Rare Corojo, in the distinctive red box, is the one for you.

$104.00
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