Gurkha Evil Robusto cigars offer you a powerhouse of a smoke blended with Nicaraguan longfillers and Dominican binder rolled dark oily Brazilian wrappers. Even Gurkha Cigars creator Kaizad Hansotia says, This cigar is pure evil. That said, one of the nicer thing about these muscular cigars is the price. The smoke is characteristically smooth and earthy with notes of pepper, cedar and nuts on a woody finish. You may also find hints of anise and some fruity accents in the mix. A must-try for full-bodied fans!
Really like this cigar, but after reading the other reviews, i m wondering if we smoked the same one. probably the best non RP I have had in a couple years. the different flavors and the standing aroma were great with a slow even burn. what else can I say.
Not much to say about these cigars, they're mediocre and over priced. I've had economy cigars with the same flavor, and the burn was very lousy. The only good thing was the draw, and the appearance and that doesn't mean much to me when it tastes like cardboard and doesn't want to burn evenly.
Another Gurkha loser. Only thing Evil about this is it is for sale.