Gurkha: Castle Hall Connecticut Toro Cigars

Product Number: 007-028-0092

The term Gurkha stems from the Anglo-Nepalese war, when British soldiers began referring to Nepali fighters as Gurkhas. The military prowess of these soldiers impressed the British so much that the Gurkhas became an official military regiment within the British Indian Army, their skill in battle and steely resolve having become legend. In the late 19th century, British soldiers began rolling their own cigars from local tobacco and named these cigars after the legendary regiment, cigars whose production continued in various ways for over a century. In 1989, Kaizad Hansotia founded Gurkha cigars in its modern iteration, expanding its reach and focusing on offering super-premium cigars that would come to be associated with an upper-echelon experience and the utmost quality.

Castle Hall is an old Cuban brand revived by Gurkha, offering classic flavors for new and seasoned cigar smokers alike. The Connecticut blend is composed of a "Cuban sandwich" of Connecticut shade wrapper, Ecuadorian Habano binder, and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, offered here in Toro size.

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  • Length: 6.00 in./152.40 mm.
  • Ring Gauge: 54
  • Country: Dominican Republic
  • Wrapper Type: Connecticut
  • Wrapper Country: Ecuador
  • Filler Country: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua
  • Binder Country: Ecuador
  • Package Type: Stick
  • Make: Handmade
  • Box Pressed: Not Box Pressed
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