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Gurkha

Gurkha

During the British rule in India, the British soldiers were looking for cigars and began hand rolling their own from locally grown tobacco. Due to the respect the British had for the warriors of Nepal, they named their creation Gurkhas. Unfortunately, after time went by, the Gurkha was forgotten and became a faint memory. After more than a century, Gurkha lives again, and with tobacco from Nicaragua, Indonesia, the Dominican Republic and Honduras, there is sure to be a Gurkha to suit your palate.