Puro cigars are generally either really good or really terrible, depending on the place that the tobacco comes from. For example, Nica puros, cigars made solely in Nicaragua or with tobacco from Nicaragua, tend to be among my favorite cigars. A Mexi puro cigar, though? No thank you.
Punch is a great cigar company with a long history, having been in Cuba for almost a hundred and twenty years before the Cuban communist revolution. Their cigars were generally made for the English market, because the man who originally founded the company felt that the market in England was being under served, and saw a quick way to make some money by making cigars for them.
The Punch Gran Puro Santa Rita is a cigar that is being made entirely of Honduran tobacco in Honduras, and it is a good puro, one of the better ones that I have ever been so lucky as to try. This cigar is a medium-full bodied smoke, with a spicy taste and a note of cinnamon to it throughout. If you leave it to mellow for a bit in the box of cedar, it will even take on some of the flavor of that deep wood, and that can be good as well.
This is a great cigar, and one that you should definitely try if you like Honduran tobaccos and Honduran cigars in general.