Punch Chop Suey Arriving Mid-February

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As a follow-up to last year’s Punch Egg Roll, General Cigar Co. is celebrating the Lunar New Year with another limited edition release, the Punch Chop Suey.

The cigar is a 7 x 37 panetela that comes with a one-inch long shaggy foot. The blend features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Nicaragua binder and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, with production handled by General Cigar Dominicana in Santiago.

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The company is producing 3,650 bundles of 25 cigars, a total run of 91,250 cigars. Each bundle is packed inside a Chinese food takeout box, and each cigar has a band on it that includes one of five fortunes delivered by the brand’s mascot, Mr. Punch. Each cigar is priced at $5.49, or $137.25 for a full bundle.

“We had a lot of fun with Punch Egg Roll last year so we decided to come out with a similar release for 2020,” said Ed Lahmann, senior brand manager of Punch and the creator of Chop Suey, via a press release. “With its panatela size, this cigar delivers a great smoking experience in a format that really lets the tobaccos shine through. And with an SRP of less than $6 per cigar, Chop Suey hits that post-holiday sweet spot for cigar lovers.”

The cigar is slated to arrive at brick-and-mortar retailers in mid-February.

Image courtesy of General Cigar Co.

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