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Punch Cuban Cigars
Don Manuel Lopez, owner of the J. Valley Cia, established the Punch brand in 1840 and, as it was primarily aimed at the British market, he named it after the popular comic book character Punch, who was immortalised in English puppetry of the 19th century. Sir Winston Churchill even visited the Monte y Zulueta factory during his stay in Havana. His name ended up being given to a size in this range.
They are a well priced quality cigar, of medium strength, yielding up cedar wood, nutty flavours with a hint of vanilla. Generally considered better if not aged too long.
Churchill: CA 88, Double Corona: CA 88, Punch: CA 88, Royal Selection No.11: CA 91, Corona: CA 90, Super Selection No. 2: CA 87, Petit Corona: CA 86.