Gurkha Micro Batch Liga VH-7 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 6, 2009
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Gurkha Micro Batch Liga VH-7 Cigar Review

This 6×50 box pressed stick offered a very soft silky dark chocolate wrapper, with a near perfect burn and great draw, on the loose side. Burn time to just past the band was 1:15 with the ash holding on right to the 1/2 way point, about 3″. The first half offered a good bit of earthy complexity, showing creamy smooth leather, bread, deep earth and a touch of pepper on the short clean finish. The 2nd half switched to a slightly sweet cocoa, with the creamy leather coming back at points. The draw loosened up a bit and it produced a good amount of smoke all the way down, although not as rich as you would expect from the volume. Thank you to Shuckins for the trade!

  • Mike

    Have you have any of the other micro-batch series? As soon as i can i was going to send you the micro-batch C-10 when i can if you haven’t had one yet or if you have ill send it in for review.

  • No this is the only one I have had the pleasure of trying! Thanks

  • ProbateGeek

    I really like these Micro-Batch blends, but have found the draw on many to be on the tight side. Flavors are quite good, though.

  • eric.hanson

    Such a shame these aren’t in production anymore, glad I was able to get a deal on a 10 pack of these before they stopped making them (less than $20 for a 10 pack).

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