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Examier.com “Gurkha Grand Reserve Cigar Review”

After writing last weeks column on the Clinton/Lewinsky cigar, I had to go out and try it for myself. Honestly, I didn’t expect too much out of the cigar, despite enjoying all of the Gurkha cigars that I have had in the past. I just assumed the hype wouldn’t hold up to the actual smoke.

Examier.com “Gurkha Grand Reserve Cigar Review”


After writing last weeks column on the Clinton/Lewinsky cigar, I had to go out and try it for myself.

Honestly, I didn’t expect too much out of the cigar, despite enjoying all of the Gurkha cigars that I have had in the past.  I just assumed the hype wouldn’t hold up to the actual smoke.

I was wrong – it did.

The second I lit up, I could tell this was a premium cigar that was going to go the distance. It was a great medium bodied smoke, with a lovely Connecticut shade wrapper that led to a nice soft almost velvety finish.  The Honduran tobacco was very smooth and creamy and didn’t need a full meal before smoking – this is almost the perfect cigar to finish the night with.

At twelve dollars a stick, this is an excellent cigar to give as a gift even if the smoker hasn’t had a lot of experience with cigars.  The cigar is actually infused with cognac which gives it an even more enjoyable and approachable taste for the regular and one off smoker alike.

I had consistent notes on this cigar after smoking it twice.

Light up the comments section and let me know your thoughts.

For more info: Check out Gurkha Cigars Website

Last modified on April 15, 2015
Gurkha Cigars

Steeped in legend and history, the Gurkha cigars, created more than a century ago has been reborn and today is one of the most famous brands of luxury cigars in the world. Having extraordinary quality and premium blends of tobacco, Gurkha is known for limited release and rare tobacco products with outstanding and artistically-oriented packaging.

Website: www.gurkhacigars.com