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#521 CMontoya79

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Posted 20 November 2014 - 09:19 AM

Ok that makes 2 Gurkhas that have been mentioned in cigar world that are actually good? Could it be?

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Posted Today, 10:17 AM

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Posted Today, 11:38 AM

Ok that makes 2 Gurkhas that have been mentioned in cigar world that are actually good? Could it be?

I do really like the Cellar Reserve. Gurkha had a cigar several years ago that also surprised the hell out of me. Same deal, extremely complex. The line comes in larger ring gauges than I prefer but, it becomes a non issue due to my enjoyment of the blend.  I find it to be very complex with good flavors. The complexity is the draw for me. A lot of flavors intermingling on each draw. I'd say that the Maduro isn't as complex as the Natural, but still pretty good.



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Posted Today, 01:17 PM

The one Gurkha that really impressed me was the Micro Batch TPB-1 that I got from CI when I first started out.  Have a couple more so I should revisit that one.  Most other Gurkhas were ho hum at best.  Never had a Cellar Reserve though.  There main draw for me is plentiful and cheap.






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