Jim Colucci has been working tirelessly to refresh the Gurkha Cigars brand since he took over as president and CEO of the company back in January, 2019.
This year Gurkha Cigars has added to its cigar repertoire by introducing Castle Hall, a Connecticut seed wrapped value cigar available by the cigar or the box for less than $5 a cigar.
Gurkha Cigars has announced the introduction of three new flavored cigars to the market after taking them off the shelves 12 years ago.
The company will be unveiling the Chateau de Prive, Marquesa and Ghost Gold and bring back their Cellar Reserve 10th Anniversary.
Gurkha Cigars has begun its second Gurkha European Invasion on April 3rd in London.
The winner will receive an unprecedented grand prize of a box of Gurkha Cigars each month for one year estimated at a retail value of more than $2,400.
Gurkha Cigars announced the acquisition of the Nicaraguan American Caribbean Cigars factory after having been partners for five years.
Oleg Prudius, best known as “Vladimir Kozlov” and the “Moscow Mauler” on the WWE was named Gurkha’s Global Ambassador.
The man responsible for the blend of Gurkha Cigars’ Heritage line, which debuted at IPCPR 2015, is none other than the company’s sales director, Juan Lopez. The Heritage line’s intriguing blend hooked us right away, and in 2016 the cigars finally made their way to Europe.
The winner will receive an unprecedented Grand Prize of a box of Gurkha Cigars each month for one year and lots of Gurkha merchandise with an estimated retail value of more than $3,000.
The new additions include a Maduro version of the Heritage line, Cellar Reserve 21 Year and the one-vitola-releases Pan American and Jubilee. Ghost will see the addition of two new sizes: Spooky and Phantom.
First released in 2001, the Gurkha Shaggy Cigar, named for its signature unfinished foot, returns to US retailer shelves in April. The unbanded cigar comes in boxes of 25 encased with loose tobacco. There will be 2,000 boxes of each of the four sizes of the Shaggy released twice a year.