Are you a fan of Gurkha cigars? How about Nicaraguan tobaccos? If you answered yes to those questions (or even one of them), Best Cigar Prices has the perfect sampler for you. Gurkha’s new Nicaraguan Toro sampler features some of the finest blends the brand has to offer. Below is a breakdown of which Gurkha cigars you’ll find in these cost-effective collections.
The sampler kicks off with something a little more mellow than most. Sporting a covered foot and a pigtail cap, the Chateau’s wrapper truly does envelope the rest of the cigar. Given the flavor this wrapper provides, that’s a compliment. Enjoy this cigar’s creamy sweetness, which is unlike anything else from Gurkha.
How can something named “Evil” taste so good? Such is the mysterious nature of this highly regarded cigar. Its unique Brazilian oscuro wrapper imparts a delightful peppery smoke with a finish that conceals hints of cedar and leather.
A Bold palate calls for a bold cigar. And those who enjoy full-strength cigars will be richly rewarded with every puff of Gurkha’s Beast. This blend combines sweetness, spice, and earthy flavor notes to produce a nuanced taste like no other.
This box-pressed beauty is favored by those who love complex flavor and are disinterested in bells and whistles. The Nicaraguan filler tobaccos of the Rogue Ruthless are aged three years to create an inimitable combination with its Ecuadorian Habano wrapper.
With the Marquesa, Gurkha has enveloped top-shelf Nicaraguan fillers within a Nicaraguan binder. All of this is held within a stunning Brazilian Sumatra wrapper leaf. The Marquesa’s earthy profile provides the perfect canvas for splashes of salted almond flavor and notes of coffee.
Gurkha’s Castle Hall Nicaraguan marked another full-strength entry in their portfolio back in 2003. Years later, they released this blend to pay homage to the original. These cigars are proudly produced at American Caribbean Cigars S.A. and feature a flawless Ecuadorian Habano wrapper.