Gurkha Widow Maker cigars are rich in flavor and come in two wrappers - an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade and a Connecticut Broadleaf. The wrappers have been patiently aged for ten years, and the binder and long-fillers have been taking an eight-year nap. Both types use an African Cameroon wrapper leaf as the binder, and the long-fillers are Dominican Habano. The Broadleaf version features rich notes of coffee and cocoa, natural tobacco, and hints of anise and cinnamon. The profile of the Connecticut Shade version is more woodsy and leathery, but with the same underlying spice. These super-premium cigars have been made more affordable by foregoing the fancy packaging, so if you want a top-flight cigar without the high-end price tag, give Gurkha Widow Maker a try.