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Gurkha Prize Fighter Reviews

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Overall Rating 4.29 out of 5 Based on 7 Ratings
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4 out of 5
Decent Smoke
Good smoke, worth the price.
5 out of 5
A very fine value
My go to cigar for years has been Hoyo de Monterrey Excaliber no#660 Claro wrap but after trying the Gurkha Prize Fighter XO have a new go to. Mild and creamy just the hint of spice, easy draw and having smoked more than twenty found them to be consistantly pleasant. It should be noted some require a bit of sculpting due to uneven burning, small price to pay for such an enjoyable smoke. It takes me about 1.5 hours to finish but retirement has it's benefits. Roy G. Biv Windham. Maine
3 out of 5
Half decent smoke
It's gurkha's worst but then it's hard to measure up against their high quality. You definitely can do worse. Half way the cigar becomes very soft and moist,a few times i accidentally dropped the cigar cause it's hard to hold on to it under those conditions.
5 out of 5
Knockout!
When these are in stock I always order a few bundles in different sizes. The 60-ring size can sometimes finish a little bitter but all in all it's a great smoke. And to get a Gurkha in this price range? Cheap enough to smoke them all day!
5 out of 5
A Knockout?
I purchased the "Prize Fighter" bundle, knowing that it was on the cheap side of the Gurkha line of cigars.... It is, very thin wrapper in most every example. But it is a tasty cigar and worthy, fits nicely as an everyday cigar. Not much on the "looking at" side of things but a nice even burn. It likely won't be my last "Prize Fighter" purchase.
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