Saturday, May 14, 2011

Cigar Re-Punched

If you're like me, I rarely cut my cigar unless I want to smoke a Torpedo or a Perfecto so I tend to use my Punchers instead. But when using a puncher on a 40+ gauge cigar like a Robusto, Corona or Toro... you are doing more harm to the cigar than you think! you are losing all the real taste unless you have one of these ...

A nifty stainless steel bullet puncher with a 10mm diameter ring size perfect for all 40+ gauge cigars! Comparing to the classic Havana Puncher which has a 6mm diameter ring size, this bullet puncher is a durable, clean and cheap collection item for your on-the-go pre-evening cigar preparation.
The major difference when using 10mm diameter size on a 40+ gauge is not only it evens out the draw, but it also eliminates the tar build-up at the bottom which tends to gives out bitter burnt taste as you reach halfway on your cigar.
The end result is a clean cut/punch on your 40+ gauge cigar without resorting to smaller holes that will change the taste! If you are looking for one of those nifty punchers, I got mine from Jashanmal's Davidoff Tobacco store at Marina Mall (Kuwait) for less than $4!


3 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing this nice and valuable infomation about the Cigars with us.I have been looking for information like this for quite some time.Hope so that you will update us with more information very soon.
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  2. Its my pleasure M Zaib! I'll try my best to keep things on a roll and share more of my cigar experience regularly.

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