Punch has announced that its Rare Corojo cigar has returned to retailers as of February 1, marking its annual appearance since its reintroduction in 2001. Known for being one of the first seasonal cigars in the premium category, the Rare Corojo had previously faced a hiatus due to wrapper scarcity.
The cigars are rolled at HATSA in Honduras, enveloped in a rosado Sumatra wrapper from Ecuador, known for its rarity and distinctive reddish hue. The blend, bound with Connecticut Broadleaf, includes tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic, offering a complex flavor profile with spice, cedar, and nutmeg notes.
Available in nine different sizes, the Punch Rare Corojo is presented in the brand’s recognizable bold red boxes, which contain 20, 25, or 50 cigars, varying by size. The pricing for these cigars starts at $4.99 and goes up to $10.99 each.