Cigar Review: Punch Signature Gigante
Punch is one of the oldest cigar brands around, so I was excited to grab the Signature Gigante. Though this cigar is quite large (60 ring gauge), it smoked very well with only a few spots where the burn was uneven. The flavors were bold and not as smooth as other cigars, but overall, not bad.
Size: 6 x 60
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Corojo
Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic
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The Punch Signature Gigante is a decent smoke. If you like the larger ring gauge, this cigar would be right up your alley. However, the flavors were somewhat basic. Nothing stood out, although, the first puff had notes similar to those of a My Father cigar. The Gigante was well made, and I had no trouble with the draw from a punch (no pun-ch intended). Overall, the value was good, the flavors were ok, but there are better smokes in this price range. I give the Punch Signature Gigante a CigarScore of 3.