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Gurkha Master Select Robusto #4

The delicious Gurkha Master Select cigars are hand-rolled from fine tobaccos grown in the Cibao Valley of the Dominican Republic, expertly blended with an aged mixture of Dominican, and Honduran long-fillers. The gorgeous, dark and silky, Dominican-grown Habana 2000 wrapper imparts a rich, creamy flavor with a hint of spice and pleasant, finish with a burst of flavor. They're damn tasty, and now sport a highly reasonable price tag. One that will ensure daily enjoyment, as well as a becoming a fixture in your rotation.

The Gurkha Master Select received a well deserved 91-rating in addition to 'Humidor Selection' honors. Here's what the experts had to say: "A supple cigar that emanates a toasty aroma. Rich smoke imparts a panoply of cream, cocoa, nut and earthy spice flavors. The finish is long and satisfying."

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Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Robusto #4 (6.0"x50)
Pack of 5 In Stock $42.00
save $23.00 55% off
$19.00
Overall Rating 4 out of 5 Based on 4 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Gurkha Master Select Robusto #4”

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3 out of 5
Mild medium robusto
Pleasant mild/medium robusto. Nice flavored got a little bitter down low but not offensive. Excellent price burned well but draw is a little too tight. Would buy again
3 out of 5
An OK smoke - not bad by any stretch, but definitely not noteworthy.
I picked up a couple of Gurkha samplers because several of my friends are big fans of the Gurkha line. So far I haven't found a bad stick (6 different cigars smoked so far). This one didn't break that streak, but it was far from great, in my opinion. Flavor: This is listed as a medium-full blend, but I think that is a bit liberal. I found it to sit pretty safely in the medium range. There was a decent level of spice, so maybe that is why it got listed as a medium-full? One of my favorite things about the Gurkha line so far is that they are often dynamic smokes. This one was an exception to that rule. I felt this smoke was pretty bland. It wasn't bad, but I didn't find anything exceptional about this cigar at all. There was a definite cedar flavor throughout (which is a flavor I like), but I didn't really catch any of the other flavors listed in the description, except for MAYBE the cream. A dynamic smoke will usually keep me smoking as far down as I possibly can. By the halfway mark of this stick, I couldn't help but pass a judgement of "meh". I tried to make it all the way on this one, but I didn't make it much past the 2/3 mark before I was just bored with this smoke and let it die. Construction: The one MS that I got in the grab bag was pretty well constructed. I didn't have any issues with the wrapper. The first third of the cigar burned a little unevenly, but further smoking evened it out. Overall: If I kept cigars for company, I would consider keeping a 5-pack of these in my humidor. They would be a safe cigar to hand out since I don't see anything about this stick that could be offensive to someone. It will definitely not be in my regular rotation, though.
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Fail Proof
Never disappointing
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Great smoke
This was a good smoke. Highly recommend.
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