Gurkha Cigars is bringing back the San Miguel as its latest premium cigar. The Florida-based cigar brand’s latest is the second revival of an older brand this year, following January’s reissue of the Castle Hall.
Made with tobacco from the Aganorsa Leaf, the San Miguel is a Nicaraguan puro, including a double binder. It comes boxes of 20 in three vitolas; a Petite Corona (4.25 x 42), a Robusto (5 x 52) and a Toro (6 x 54). They sell for less than $10 a cigar and will be in stores in a few weeks.
Last year, Gurkha announced the Gurkha Nicaragua Series and Treinta also made by Aganorsa Leaf. Cigar Snob gave the Nicaragua Series a 92 rating and the Treinta a 90 rating.