Gurkha Cigars, makers of the world’s finest and most expensive cigars, have partnered with Trump National Golf Clubs to sell the full line of Gurkha cigars, including the $1,500 His Majesty’s Reserve Remy-Martin Louis XIII Cognac infused cigar, on site.   

Each of the 19 properties will carry Gurkha’s renowned cigars, starting today with Trump National Golf Club in Doral. The next property to come on board will be the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester, NY. The remaining 17 properties will roll out throughout the next golf season.

“Golf and cigars are a perfect pairing,” said Kaizad Hansotia, Gurkha’s Founder and CEO. “Both are meant to be enjoyed leisurely and savored. We are thrilled to be on site at these spectacular properties across the country and now woven into the tapestry of the great and historic sport of golf.”

It only makes sense that the world’s most expensive cigars partner with one of the world’s finest brands in luxury resort and golf destinations.  Gurkha is proud to now become a staple structure to the Trump Golf Courses and the Official Cigar of Trump National.

Gurkha Cigars are known as the Rolls Royce of cigars. They’re not only unique blends with incredible flavor profiles, but they’re wrapped in stunning, award-winning and creative packaging. Gurkha now offers 48 distinct brands of cigars. There are core brand such as the Cellar Reserve, Royal Challenge, 125th Anniversary, Ghost, Seduction, Assassin and Ninja. The limited edition brands, including the newest super-premium luxury cigar the Maharaja, the His Majesty’s Reserve, Cellar Reserve Limitada, Cellar Reserve Edicion Especial, Cellar Reserve Platinum and Triad. The East India Trading company brands include the Nemesis, Wicked Indie, Rogue, Red Witch, Prize Fighter and Classic: Havana Blend. Gurkha also owns the Pedro Martin brand, offering three sizes from that famous master blender.

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 Kaizad Hansotia in 1989 for all of $149 with the intention of giving the cigars as unique gifts to customers of his family’s watch business. The cigars were such a big hit that Hansotia realized he was on to something. He began to expand the line into what it has become today, one of the most famous brands of cigars in the world. 

Gurkha produces eight million cigars per year that are sold in more than 50 countries worldwide. For additional information, visit