Punch Fu Manchu (6 x 50/Box of 20)
General Cigar Co. is celebrating the Year of the Tiger with the Punch Fu Manchu, the fourth installment in its series of cigars that draw on Asian foods and other themes in celebration of Lunar New Year.
It is a 6 x 50 box-pressed toro that uses a Honduran habano wrapper, Indonesian binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Mexico, which the company says results in a rich, toasty and nutty profile that is complemented by a building, natural sweetness. The Punch Fu Manchu also gets an extended pigtail that runs down the front of the cigar, designed to be reminiscent of the long braid of hair worn by the Dr. Fu Manchu character.
Instead of traditional boxes, the cigars are being placed into packaging designed to look like a takeout-style soup container that has graphics acknowledging the Year of the Tiger. The distinctive packaging that draws on take-out food packaging has been a staple of the series since its debut.
6 x 50 20 count box
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