Gurkha Genghis Khan
So, why are we smoking a cigar named after him?
Well, what else do you call a seven and a half inch double corona with a 54 ring gauge? This thing’s a doozy.
Outside, there’s a 6-year-aged Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper. Inside, to being a bit of exotic flavor, there’s a Cameroon binder. For richness, the long-filler blend is Honduran tobacco. But believe it or not, the Gurkha Genghis Khan isn’t an overpowering experience – it’s actually a really nice cigar! Cigar Aficionado gave it 90 points and praised its chewy, nutty smoke. There’s a pleasant note of cocoa powder which is comforting, much like the feeling you get after you somehow survive a battle and hear horses riding further and further away across the steppe.
Gearing up to take something over? Trying to weather the storm of a powerful person’s fury? Just super into shooting arrows from horseback? This is your next smoke.
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