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Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 18 March 2013

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Although the Gran Puro Rancho’s burn is solid, its flavors are even better.  At the start there is some spicy pepper that is accompanied by sweetness and cedar.  The second third offers more spicy pepper that exhibits a stronger profile.  The sweetness is still lingering, and earth and nuts also enter the mix here.  The final third consists of more sweetness and earth, along with some leather.  I would definitely call the Punch Gran Puro a full-bodied stick, but it is not overpowering by any means.

The Punch name stays intact with the Gran Puro Rancho, as this cigar did pack a punch.  I have no real negative comments to report, as it satisfied in all areas.  This is not a cigar for beginners, but if you love spicy profiles and full-bodied strength, then by all means go for it.  A single Rancho sells for around $4 to $5, which is not bad at all.  You can also find it in packs of five or boxes of 25.  At its price, I’d at least go for a pack of five.

The Punch Gran Puro Rancho earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.

Winston Churchill Lancaster

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Winston Churchill Lancaster cigars come from the classy company that goes by the name of Davidoff of Geneva.  The cigars were created to honor the man himself, Winston Churchill.  They are not only highly-rated, but are also known for being a great value.  With a combination like that, how could I possibly go wrong?

The Winston Churchill Lancaster is not the biggest cigar you will find, as it only measures 4 1/2 x 46.  With that being said, such a size is good if you are looking for a quicker smoke.  Another small size in the Winston Churchill line is the awesomely-named Spitfire.  (I love that plane!)  As for the cigar’s composition, it’s a secret blend of five Dominican Cuban Seed tobaccos that make up the filler.  The binder is Dominican Yamasa Cuban Seed, and the wrapper is of the Ecuadorian Special Sun Grown variety.  The strength of the Winston Churchill Lancaster is full-bodied.






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