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Allow your palate to experience a 'symphony' of flavors.With a release of only 3,000 boxes in each size, Gurkha Symphony cigars are carefully crafted with a tawny Connecticut Shade leaf, a Dominican binder, and Nicaraguan fillers. These cigars are exceptionally flavorful, but they used to be a bit expensive. So, we got rid of the boxes, and can now offer these fine handmades for a great price. Gurkha Symphony earned a rating of '91' from Cigar Aficionado.Well known for producing some of the most prestigious and rare super premiums in the world, the secret to Gurkha's success is their uncompromising commitment to quality, and their use of the finest vintage tobaccos the world has to offer. These blends are known as the "Rolls Royce of cigars," enjoyed by common enthusiasts and the elite.Symphony remains mellow to medium-bodied, and exudes rich flavors with a ton of cedar nuances. The blend is complex and satisfying from start to finish, and boasts an elegant character with a super smooth and creamy smoke.
Expert Picks: Spring Starters
A '91' rated cigar that is worthy of its name. Like a symphony, it comes together beautifully to create something greater than the sum of its parts. The creamy Connecticut wrapper drapes the rich Dominican binder and slightly spicy Nicaraguan filler to create a pronounced yet subtle experience sure to make anyone sing its praises.
Expert Picks: Connecticut Summer
While I don’t find myself reaching for Gurkha cigars all too often these days, it’s impossible to forget how good this ‘91’ rated gem is. Symphony has become one of the most popular Connecticut-wrapped cigars in our inventory. Superb construction and every smooth puff makes Gurkha Symphony a must-try for every aficionado.
I have to say, this blend caught me totally off-guard. Symphony is an extraordinary Connecticut. On first light, notes of white pepper are dominant which transitions into cedar and cream. The real complexity is on the finish where I pick up dark chocolate and roasted nuts. This is by far my favorite Gurkha blend, and I think you will agree.