4 responses

  1. Victor
    February 14, 2011

    Personally, I’d rather my stogie taste like a cigar, not a taco.


  2. jag-z
    August 31, 2011

    Cigar.com graciously allowed me to include one of these in a select sampler of my own desired smokes (including the over-priced Man-O-War Armada!) All I can say is that it would have been very nice to have received a “dud” one of these Robustojoe described. Because it was like attempting to enjoy the cigar & flavor through Oleoresin Pepper Spray – the heat was THAT strong…and I’m a retired cop who’s had to go thru that Pepper Spray training class. Needless to say I’m glad I was able to satisfy my curiosity about these. I like a strong cigar but not one that’s gonna literally bake and sear my lips and tongue in the process – and I’m not exaggerating about the baking and searing. Just like with real 2% Oleoresin Pepper Spray, it took 45min. for the burning sensation to die down, and I needed copious amounts of ice on my lips while waiting.


  3. Luigi
    November 17, 2011

    I am about to enjoy my first punisher.
    Thanks for all the info.
    I was a little concerned when I put this cigar in my mouth and felt the burn right away.
    I would really like to know how they do it. I just want to make sure that it is all natural and mo chemicals. If you know please let me know.
    Thamks. Luigi


  4. RJoe
    November 18, 2011

    I was able to “pry” some info about the Punisher from the manufacturer. I am told that the heat comes from chilis that infused into the wrapper with a solution. Here is some history regarding the development of the cigar:



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