Frank Llaneza is a giant in the cigar industry. Think of him as like the Mike Ditka of cigars. He was responsible for many of the finest cigars ever created in Honduras. His crowning achievement would have to be his rebirth of the Punch line. After the Cuban embargo, blenders were looking for a way to bring many of the top brands into the United States. The legendary Punch was first rolled in Honduras in 1969. It is hand rolled with Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Honduran long filler tobaccos. Its rich tasting binder is a Connecticut Broadleaf. It is available in two delicious wrappers. You can enjoy the savory Ecuadorian Sumatra or the rich Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper. I think it’s time you stopped reading and enjoyed a delicious Punch cigar.