The world’s finest and most expensive cigar maker -- Gurkha Cigars -- showcases its premium hand-rolled cigar – the Prize Fighter – that retails for under $2 per stick at the 2014 NACS Show.
An easy smoke for anyone’s palate, the Prize Fighter is a mild-medium bodied cigar with a smooth and elegant flavor profile. The blend showcases a stunning Connecticut shade/Ecuadorian wrapper that pairs perfectly with an Ecuadorian/Indonesian binder and a 3-year aged Dominican filler.
It is packed in a fresh-lock, sealed pouch of five sticks per pack wrapped in perfect humidification that you can take on-the-go for a perfect smoke every time. They retail for less than $2 per stick or under $10 per pack. Prize Fighter is available in three sizes: 5 x 52 Robusto, 6 x 54 Toro and 6 x 60 XO.
Part of Gurkha Cigars’ East India line of affordable cigars, the Prize Fighter was inspired by the boxing heroes of the 1900's when the men were men and real men smoked cigars, said founder Kaizad Hansotia.
Called “A real knockout,” by Cigars International, “it’s never overpowering…light, crisp, and slightly creamy… easy to enjoy one after another. Tack on the highly enjoyable price....nuff said.”
“A prize worth winning,” according to Cigar.com. “It's a mild to medium bodied-experience that takes you down a light, crisp, and creamy path of delicious flavors. Plus, the price is exceptionally reasonable. Have a taste of Gurkha; you won't regret it.”
Stop by Booth _____ any day during the NACS show for a sample to enjoy this unique flavor experience.
Steeped in legend and rich in history, Gurkha Cigars were named after Nepalese warriors whose bravery impressed the British soldiers. The company was purchased by Hansotia in 1989 with the intention of giving the cigars as unique gifts to customers of his family’s watch business. As a result, the company has been reborn and become one of the most famous brands of luxury cigars in the world. Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Carlos Slim and an assortment of global dignitaries, world leaders, government officials and celebrities as well as the Special Forces and Seal Team Six are all clients. Having extraordinary quality, premium blends of tobacco and a reputation for unparalleled excellence, Gurkha now offers 48 distinct brands of cigars with plans to launch an even rarer and more expensive cigar reputed to be infused with an extraordinary cognac and carrying a price tag of $75,000 a box. The Gurkha Cigar Group Inc. is located at 6600 Hiatus Road, Tamarac, FL 33321. For information, visit www.gurkhacigars.com