Only released a few times a year, Punch Rare Corojo is always at the top of the the sales charts, and the blend keeps getting better year after year. Rare Corojo's recipe starts with a thick, reddish Sumatra-seed Colorado wrapper that's applied atop a US Connecticut Broadleaf binder leaf, with a well-aged blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers underneath. The result is a robust, full-bodied cigar that is far and away one of Punch's best. Beautifully balanced, but with a bevy of nuances that are easy to note on the palate, and even easier to enjoy. One of Rare Corojo's most interesting characteristics is how well it ages. While great right out of the box, an additional year or two of aging takes the blend to a whole new level. Many enthusiasts pick up at least two boxes every year so they can put one aside for long-term storage.