Gurkha Heritage\u2019s Maduro 51 Cigars are a strong follow-up on last year\u2019s release. This new cigar features a Mexican Sandres wrapper, a Brazilian Arapiraca binder, and a blend of Brazilian and Nicaraguan fillers. It\u2019s clear that Gurkha plans on continuing to be worthy of its nickname, \u201cthe Rolls Royce of Cigars.\u201d\r\n\r\nGurkha\u2019s rise to dominance in the cigar world is in large part thanks to the guidance of Kaizad Hansotia. That tutelage has resulted in the Maduro coming with a complex flavor of espresso, earth, and bitter dark chocolate. Smokers are describing the cigar as being flavorful, with a rich aroma, and a creamy and smooth draw, as well as having a good mouth and roll.\r\n\r\nThe name \u201cGurkha\u201d can be traced back to 1887, when British soldiers were making their own cigars from local tobacco. The cigars were called Gurkha\u2019s out of deference to Nepalese fighters. Since then, Gurkha cigars have become the favorite of royalty, military, government officials, and celebrities.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.