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All You Need To Know About Punch Cigars

Punch cigars did not, however, originate from Cuba. The brand name was registered mainly by the German Stockmann and acquired varying success in parts of Europe. A number of decades later, during the height of Cuban tobacco eminence, Punch was then purchased by Luis Corujo who then resold the fledging brand name to Manuel Lopez Fernandez after a decade of operation. After that, Punch cigars were definitely Cuban, exchanging hands numerous times, until at last it ended as a nationalized industry by Fidel Castro's government.

All this is clarifying is that the brand name of Punch cigars have been enjoyed further back into time, as early as the last 2 centuries. Whatever the blend was with the original Punch of Stockmann, today's Punch cigars are enjoyed still since it is being managed by the most experienced tobacco rollers of Cuba, making use of the best tobacco types inherent only on the Caribbean soil.

The Punch Cigar Experience.

Though it is commonly said that no 2 cigars are 100 % identical, especially handcrafted cigars, Punch does appear to display matching experience. A full bodied experience from the leaf wrapper that is heightened by the colorful blending of the filler, this experience is almost identical to all punch cigars and which only a real cigar aficionado can take pleasure in.

Punch cigars, though frequently thought of as coming from Cuba, can hardly be called a Cuban cigar any longer, especially in the presence of the United States Embargo. In fact, most of the tobacco manufacturing now originates from different parts of the southern hemisphere; wrappers mainly come from Ecuador, fillers are a varying mixture of Honduran, Nicaraguan, and Dominican leaves and binded with a Connecticut broadleaf. Punch cigars are made by 2 separate manufacturing sites, one in Cuba, operated by Habanos SA, and the other one in Honduras operated by General Cigars. Some say that the General Cigars licensing is only a means to skirt the trade embargo.

You can get Punch cigars conveniently anywhere, as there are currently a variety of online stores that do business in selling cigars by web and by mail. A word of caution though, Punch cigars are a well-known cigar brand name, and this increases the risk of fakes and counterfeits.San Diego California Cigars\nSan Diego CA cigars

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