Gurkha Cigars will continue to dig into the archives of its as it preps for the 86th IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, as today the company announced which it’ll be reintroducing a trio of flavored cigars that have been off the market for over a decade.
The 3 lines that consumers will start seeing on shelves once again are the Caf Tabac, which the company states offers hints of coffee; the Gurkha Red Head, noted for the cherry of its flavored profile, as well as the White Rascal, which delivers hints of vanilla. Every one of the 3 lines uses Dominican tobacco and can be for sale in 2 sizes, a five x fifty two robusto which is available in 25 count boxes with an MSRP of $6.40 per cigar and $160 per box; in addition to a four x thirty four small panetela that’s available in five count tins priced at fourteen dollars.
We’re excited about the flavored cigars of ours as well as the chance to broaden the appeal of ours and flavor profile, said Kaizad Hansotia, ceo of Gurkha Cigars, via a press release. Gurkha prides itself in listening to the consumer of its and providing a bunch of flavor profiles to fulfill some cigar lover’s palette, he added.
The company hasn’t announced which factory is actually making the cigars neither as they are going to ship to retailers.