Gurkha Rogue Bamboozle
Rogue cigars are made by the well known Gurkha cigar company, and it simply adds yet another stellar cigar to their lineup. This stogie is unlike anything they've put out thus far. It goes against the grain. It goes... Rogue. This full-bodied powerhouse is made with 3-year-aged Nicaraguan, Honduran, and Dominican ligero longfillers, an Ecuadorian binder, all wrapped in an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. You'll never find another cigar like this one. Go Rogue today, and load up on these epic cigars.
First and foremost, I must state that I am not a frequent cigar smoker, only a casual every-so-often cigar smoker.Let me begin,This cigar based off the title, is very stout., So, on with the actual review.Very full cigar here. I enjoyed this cigar on a nice breezy beautiful day outside, sitting down and taking in the beauty of this masterpiece. It is a very well constructed cigar, and has a very nice taste to it, consisting of a pepper/spice taste, as well as a nut/leather taste. Generally speaking, it had a very even taste throughout the whole cigar. I must also state that it burned very well and in a very even way. The aroma is very tolerable, tolerable enough to smoke around other people, and actually have other people that are enthusiasts of cigars comment on how well it smells for how full it is. Beautiful color throughout it, with some noticeable veins throughout the cigar, but nothing unappealing.Overall, this cigar is beautifully made. I really did enjoy this cigar. Very stout and full, but for me, that was exactly what I was looking for. This will be a for sure go-to for me, as it was very enjoyable for me.Gurkha East India Trading Company Rogue Bamboozle6x60Wrapper: Ecuadorian HabanoBinder: EcuadorFiller: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, and Honduras.
On the plus side, taste is very good; for me it has a pleasant lightly spiced woodsy flavor and the room note is remindful of fall college football. On the minus side, I find the draw far too open, almost like sipping through a straw, which probably contributes to a consistent but too fast and a little hot burn if you don t pace your puffs . And yet, I keep coming back to it for the taste and a change of pace smoke.