Punch Rare Corojo

Punch Rare Corojo returns

Image: General Cigar

Image: General Cigar

General Cigar issued a press release announcing that “Punch Rare Corojo has begun making its annual return to retail. The seasonal collection welcomes a new, limited edition frontmark, while one of its original sizes will be retired this year.”

The Double Corona (6 ¾ x 48) will be retired this year; once the limited production of that size is depleted, that’ll be the end of it. Meanwhile, a 7.25” x 54 perfecto called Regalias Perfecto will be added to the Rare Corojo lineup. That size will come in a 10-count box and retail for $7.99 per cigar.

Punch Rare Corojo is made in Honduras and features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and a filler blend that includes tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.

2016’s Punch Rare Corojo offering will include a total of nine vitolas ranging in price from $4.19 to $8.29 per cigar.

General Cigar announces two new vitolas for Punch Rare Corojo

 
Punch Rare Corojo Rare Lapiz will be made available in 10-count boxes.

Punch Rare Corojo Rare Lapiz will be made available in 10-count boxes.

General Cigar has announced that Punch Rare Corojo will debut with two new vitolas for retail on Feb. 16, 2015.

El Diablo, a 6 1/2 x 66 cigar, is a permanent new item for the Punch Rare Corojo collection. It will be packaged in a traditional wooden cabinet-style box and sell for an MSRP of $8.25 per cigar.
Rare Lapiz is the brand’s limited-edition cigar, launching side by side with El Diablo. The 6 3/4 x 56 cigar will sell for $7.99 each and come in a 10-count box.

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Diablo is a new regular-production vitola within the Punch Rare Corojo line.

Diablo is a new regular-production vitola within the Punch Rare Corojo line.