At the height of British rule in India, colonial soldiers began to make their own cigars from the local tobacco. The fondness of the British for the Nepalese fighters led to the cigars being named Gurkha. After the British left India the cigar was still made in the Portuguese territory of Goa, eventually they simply lapsed into obscurity. The Gurkha cigar has been reborn and remains true to it's roots in faraway India.
The Celler Reserve Kracken was originally introduced in a see through green acrylic case. The 3 premium cigars have been aged for a minimum 15 years, includes Limitadas and Edicion Especial in the Kracken reserve range.
This is a stunning pack. It includes the Gurkha fixed blade knife with sheath, gold key chain and five of the brands finest cigars: Beauty Toro, Beast Toro, Crest Toro, Grand Reserve Toro, and 1887 Red Rothchild Toro
This is a beautiful assortment of 5 Toro sized cigars from the Gurkha brand. Includes a limited edition challenge coin key ring and a lighter.