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Wednesday, 03 April 2013

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altWe are all about Nicaraguan puros with today’s reviews, so sit back, relax, and get ready for a closer look at the Gurkha Wicked Indie Toro and the J. Fuego Sangre de Toro Belicoso.

Gurkha Wicked Indie Toro

The Wicked Indie actually comes from Gurkha’s East India Trading Company division.  Like most Gurkhas, it’s a cigar that comes complete with snazzy packaging and presentation.  Unlike many Gurkhas, however, the Wicked Indie does not carry a particularly high price tag, which is definitely a good thing for most smokers.  So, does this cigar with edgy packaging and an edgy name have what it takes, or is it all style and no substance?  Let’s find out.

The Gurkha Wicked Indie Toro measures 6 x 54.  There are also three other sizes in the line: the 5 1/2 x 52 Robusto, 6 x 60 XO, and the 7 x 50 Churchill.  The cigar has a filler made up of Nicaraguan tobaccos that have been aged for three years.  The binder is also Nicaraguan, and a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper completes the composition.  As you can see, this is a Nicaraguan puro.  As for its strength, the Wicked Indie is considered to be medium to full-bodied.

Now, it comes as no surprise that the Wicked Indie is a great looking cigar.  After all, this is one of the things that Gurkha is famous for.  The cigar’s light brown wrapper has a silky appearance and a few medium-sized veins.  There’s also a nice sheen of oil that is visible under direct light.  I sense no soft spots as I feel the cigar.  The decorative band is quite interesting and features a demon-like figure in the middle, as well as the Wicked Indie name.  The various colors of green, black, red, and gold all mesh together and really improve the cigar’s appearance.  Before lighting, the Wicked Indie Toro has a scent of cedar.  Its cold taste, on the other hand, is spicy.

The burn of the Wicked Indie Toro is satisfactory overall.  The draw is good and produces an ample amount of smoke.  The light gray ash is very long.  A few touch-ups are needed, but that is about it.  No re-lights are necessary.

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0 # cigar guymarbones 2013-04-05 03:10
hello I got a box and likeMost gurkah thay sucked a box out of first 1 coud be smoked to tight and realy not worth it me my son and dad all fill the same way we all smoked for years 2 of us over 30+ years ty Ray

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0 # sabuzFiroz Rahman 2013-04-19 11:30
Hello this is nice and real thing to be full and I have most experience of having this tight and If I had that chance to turn that red ciger.

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