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Punch Cuban Cigar

Punch Cuban Cigars, the Punch brand of the Cuban Cigar was named after the show character, Mr. Punch. It was first created in 1840 by Stockmann, who was a German. A change in ownership however occurred in 1874 (the brand was first repurchased by Luis Corujo), then in 1884 (when it was purchased by Manuel López Fernández), again in 1929 (the ownership was held by Esperanza Valle Coma), after which the firm of Fernández, Palicio y Cía bought the brand of Cuban cigars in 1930.

[show_more more=Read-More less=Read-Less]As it is a common thing with many other businesses and firms, the Cuban cigar industry faced a whole lot of financial challenges before 1930 but after the firm of Fernández, Palicio y Cía bought it, it became very popular, like the Punch Punch which competed with top-rated brands of cigars, and kept up its fame amongst the Cigar smokers in Britain.

After the tobacco industries were nationalized by Cuba, the Punch brand of Cuban cigars kept being produced and has since been famous in Cuban cigars markets. The Punch brand, amongst other few brands, are especially demanded and bought in the Cigar markets.

At present, there are two Edición Limitada cigars produced for Punch. Both of these cigars were launched in 2013 and 2017 consecutively and they are also very famous in the local markets.

The brand is classified in the “Value category of Habanos portfolio and it was regarded as a Multi-Local brand in the pre-2019 system.

Punch presents in Medium strength cigars and tobaccos from the Vuelta Abajo region are used for its production. [/show_more]


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