|Shapes||Double Corona, Robusto, Toro|
|Wrapper||Connecticut Broadleaf, Habano, Nicaraguan|
While the accounting department is catching some Zzz's, I'm slinging 25 long-filler Gurkha handmades out the backdoor for as little as $37.50. This is exactly what gets me pulled into meetings with the Bossman, complete with yelling, bulging veins, and thrown furniture. Make it count, it's around for 1-Day only.
Gurkha makes a sh!$load of cigars. But if there's one that's worth every stinkin' cent, it's the Sherpa line. No inflated MSRPs, no elaborate packaging, no diamond encrusted bands, just solid, dependable handmades that easily stand as the greatest value under the Gurkha brand. Now, they can be yours for just $1.50 per Robusto, or $1.80 per Toro/Double Corona.
Orange: combines a vintage combination of Cuban-seed long-leaf tobaccos cultivated Esteli, Nicaragua and the Dominican’s Cibao Valley. This dense mixture is subsequently cloaked by a dark Habano wrapper grown in Nicaragua. Each cigar is medium-bodied, balanced and smooth from start to finish, offering enjoyable notes of leather, earth, and black espresso.
Maduro: this new release features a tri-county blend of long-leaves from Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican, nestled inside a slick, dark Maduro wrapper. Medium to full-bodied, rich, and chock full of dense flavors. Thick smoke delivers hints of chocolate, baking spices, pepper, and coffee.
25 cigars as little as $37.50 - bonkers. Grab this one and don't let go. Two premium Gurkha blends start at $1.50 a pop.