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Gurkha Prize Fighter Reviews

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Overall Rating 3.58 out of 5 Based on 12 Ratings
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3 out of 5
Gurkha prize fighter
I smoke these cigars regularly as well as other gurkha cigars and enjoy doing so. For some reason , this bundle was very loosely rolled to the point of a mouth full of tabacco towards the end. I will certinly try agsin and see if this was just a fluke .
5 out of 5
Love the Prize Fighter
Love the Prize Fighter
1 out of 5
Disappointed!
I know this is Gurkha's bottom of the line, but I was still expecting a little more. They did not draw well. Some were very hard and others were easy but still didn't smoke as they should. At least I gave them a try.
3 out of 5
Fair/middle of the road
Decent flavor, easy draw, but very loose construction, but easy on the budget.
1 out of 5
Not a Very Good Gurkha.
I bought a box to try these as my daily smokes. I wasn't looking for perfection, but when you boast Gurkha lineage... You better have something with you. The flavor, if any, is soft and mild. The outter wrapper were loose and brittle. I am battling through a box of these and the first 6 have all been the same. Not worthy of the Gurkha name. There are other, better constructed, more flavorful smokes out there for only slightly more per stick. This cigar makes me feel like a crack addict trying to get a fix rather than enjoying my cigar time. PROS: Price CONS: construction, flavor Recommendation: Skip this one.
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