Gurkha Godzilla Rare Limited Edition 8 Cigar Sampler
6 x 60 - Varies - Sampler of 8
Featuring 8 Gurkha cigars, the Godzilla Pack is the perfect way to sample some of Gurkha's finest cigars such as the Gurkha Assassin XO, Gurkha Evil, Ninja, plus 3 Gurkha Vintage Shaggy XO's, and more. If you're looking for the ultimate Gurkha cigar experience, it's all in this affordable set.
The price is outrageous! Competitors are selling the same sampler + an extra 5 Gurkhas for $47. One of them even adds 2 Gurkha coffee mugs.
There s a reason this sampler is MSRP d at $114 but consistently appears on Cigar Monster for $39. . . these cigars are pretty awful. I ve been enjoying cigars for a few years now, but had stayed pretty far from Gurkha for multiple reasons - consistent negative reviews from friends and people online, gimmicky image, insane prices, etc. I saw these on CM a while back and purchased this sampler, as $39 for 8 different cigars seemed fair, and I wanted to try these for myself before passing judgment. Welp, I tried them. . . and these cigars are pretty awful. Most of these cigars fall under Gurkha s Core Brands section of their website. If these are their core brands, then this company is a joke. I didn t want to believe that these guys are all marketing hype and no substance, but after tasting all of these cigars, I hate to say that they do indeed appear to be a rather substance-less company. The most promising cigar in this sampler was the Assassin. It actually started off ok! The first third was rife with chocolate and cedar. . . but past the first third, any enjoyment quickly disappeared into a dull, flavorless mess of nasty tobacco and I kid you not garbage. Yes. . . garbage. The Beauty tasted like notebook paper from start to finish, the Shaggy was odd and gross throughout. . . I could go on and on. I ve had better $3 house brand sticks. If you MUST try Gurkha for yourself, these are their core brands, so have at it. After smoking these cigars, I ve come to the conclusion myself that my fellow smokers were dead-on: Gurkha is all packaging and no substance. The funny thing is, these all burned pretty razor sharp! I never encountered any construction issues. With the effort that these guys go through to create attractive packaging and market their image, and seemingly construct their cigars, you d think they d try to make a half-decent blend too. But alas. . . this is not so. It s really unfortunate. Save yourself the time and money and stick with the greats. You d be better off buying a couple Padron 1926 s than spending even the heavily discounted $39 price on these 8 sticks.