Punch Double Maduro

The original Punch cigar was created in 1840 by a Cuban cigar manufacturer named Manuel Lopez. In an effort to attract the British market, he named the cigar after Mr. Punch of the Punch and Judy puppet shows. Produced in Honduras under the direction of Cuban cigar master Frank Llaneza, Punch has been a leading premium brand since 1969.  The Punch Double Maduro offers a sweet flavor in addition to the brand's orginal spiciness.
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Wade  I am looking for Punch Maduro Madero full sized cigar---I used to get themunder that name and today the closest I see is Punch"double madero" does it have a filling of madero tobacco? Posted Today
Posted 6/13/2018   
  • NeptuneCigar.com  The cigar uses filler tobacco from Honduras, Nicaragua and also Piloto Cubano tobacco. Feel free to special order a box by calling us at 1-800-655-3385.
    Replied 6/14/2018  
  • Anonymous  you didn't answr my questions Is Punch maderoMaduro still offered. Is the filler maduro tobacco?
    Replied 6/14/2018  
  • NeptuneCigar.com  We're not aware of the brand by this name, but we are aware of Punch MM(Punch Double Maduro). The color of the filler cannot be determined unless the cigar is disected and so we cannot say for certain if the filler is maduro.
    Replied 6/14/2018  
  • Anonymous  can you ask the Punch people?
    Replied 6/16/2018  
  • NeptuneCigar.com  Hello, this is the response from the manufacturer: Double maduro refers to the wrapper. The wrapper leaf has some extra fermentation which produces an even darker color, which brings out more of the plant sugars. (think of it as caramelizing in cooking) The only darker shade is “Oscuro” but I think for most they are interchangeable terms.
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  • Anonymous  Thanks for checking my guess is they no longer manufacture the Maduro Maduro. Probably to expensive to make.
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  • Anonymous  Thanks for checking my guess is they no longer manufacture the Maduro Maduro. Probably to expensive to make.
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