I can definitely tell a difference. The flavor and aroma of the Grand Reserve is very distinct.I smoked one awhile back, and although I really enjoyed it I couldn't really tell the difference (flavor wise) between the Grand Reserve and others like say the Legend. Can you?
:tpd: werdThe class regent is the cigar that got me hooked on Gurkhas and is a delicious stick. If you like cammies, give the Class Regent Nepalese Warrior a try.
I have tried Gurkhas that I felt were overpriced. I would suggest useing this as an opportunity to do some sampling and then buy what you like off cbid.
Try the following:Hey everyone,
Our local cigar store is having a Gurkha event this Thursday, and I wanted a few opinions on which Gurkha's I should try. Gurkha reps will be present, so they should have most of their products available. I have tried the Master Select Robusto #4 and the G3. I really enjoyed the Master Select, but I thought the G3 was a little strong for my taste, as I am still fairly new to heavier cigars. Anyway, I love trying new cigars from mild to strong, and wondered which Gurkha's are your favorites? Also, anyone tried the Beast, the Genghis Khan, or the Warlord?
Thanks in advance:cb
Sounds good. Let me know when you send off my package of Grand Reserves so can keep an eye out for them.Thanks for all the advice. I am really looking forward to the event. It should be a lot of fun. After it is over, I will post a review of what all happened and which cigars I smoked and purchased.:cb
:tpd: :tpd::tpd: , sorta--only had a couple that I'd consider buying again even if the price came down. That said, if I were at a Gurkha event, I'd whore it up and try to escape with as many freebies as I could.
Like CAO, they seem to be focusing as much or more on marketing/ packaging as they are on the quality of the product itself. The CAO Vision seems like a highly-polished turd. But hey, it'll match your Ipod docking station flawlessly