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PUNCH DAD BOD | CIGAR REVIEW

JUNE 18, 2023 - PHIL KURUT, COMEDY - CIGARS - MUSIC


PUNCH DAD BOD PERFECTO (4 1/2 x 60)

WRAPPER: CAMEROON

BINDER: CONNECTICUT BROADLEAF

FILLER: NICARAGUA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, HONDURAS, BRAZIL

It’s a dad joke in the form of a cigar. Not actually a dad joke, I suppose. It’s more of a joke about dads…or some dads anyway.


Nice draw and smoke output. Toasted sweet bread, earth, and spice hit at the top. Earth and a hint of leafy vegetables drop through the nose. Earth, spice, and dark chocolate rest on the palate. All enjoyable and fairly smooth so far.


Seems like a nice enough fella. Probably talks about how many push-ups he used to be able to do in high school. And how can anyone forget that time he almost went to State? It’s all Joe’s fault. Still holds a bit of a grudge.

The burn starts to get a little crazy. Kind of like dad’s dress socks. I try a smoke roll™, but that’s not quite sufficient. My single torch fixes it.

Everything stays as consistent as an old comfy T-shirt with some cane sugar finding its way in every now and then. Midnight snack, right?


The wrapper starts to peel away towards the bottom like the details peel away from that one story about dad hanging out with a really famous sports star. Turns out it wasn’t so much of a hang out as it was dad seeing the guy at a fast food joint and getting his signature on a napkin. Good story all the same, I guess.


I know duct tape fixes everything, but I can't advise using it to address a cigar wrapper. Some smoke rolls™ and patience burn through the wrapper like Taco Bell burns through dad’s favorite boxers. For the rest of the departing wrapper I use my lighter to clean it up.


That was fun. Time to fall asleep on the recliner.

SMOKE TIME: 1 hr. 15 mins.


RATING: 2.75 / 4 - Skip the duct tape.

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