Gurkha Special Ops Sniper Cigars

May 24, 2016

Category: Vices

Part of being on a sniper stakeout means waiting patiently for your target to present themselves and get confirmation before taking the shot. It’s a procedure that can take hours, even days, to complete and therefore requires a whole lot of patience. Well, what better way to pass the time with your spotter than with a set of Sniper Cigars from Gurkha?

The cigar outfit is offering 100 of these special ops tribute cigar sets to elite troops serving overseas in honor of Memorial Day. And in addition to the 20 limited edition Sniper cigars, officers will receive a combat knife and a challenge coin in their Pelican-style waterproof cigar case. It’s all part of the Gurkha “Smoke ‘Em After You Smoke ‘Em” campaign in conjunction with TacticalShit, a special forces website. Each cigar is medium to full-bodied with a Dominican wrapper, Indonesian binder, and Dominican/Nicaraguan filler. Fortunate civilians will also be able to buy a box of 20 for $250. [H/T: Maxim]


Gurkha Special Ops Sniper Cigars 1

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Vices

Win Her Heart With A Lab-Grown Diamond Engagement Ring From Clean Origin

Ethically-sourced settings that go big on value without breaking the bank.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke


This Lightweight & Thin G-SHOCK Watch Is Still As Rugged & Capable As Ever

The thinnest in the series, it's marked by a slim module and carbon core guard structure.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Featured Image

20 Essential Bottles To Start Your Home Bar

With these tipples at your disposal, you’ll become an expert mixologist in no time.

Posted By

Jul 22, 2021

Featured Image

The 12 Strongest Beers You Can Buy

Boozy brews that'll have you feeling a buzz before you know it.

Posted By

Jul 21, 2021

Featured Image

The Last Drop Unveils Its Very Own 50-Year Signature Blended Scotch

An elite half-century-old whiskey release limited to only 500 bottles worldwide.

Posted By

Jul 19, 2021

Featured Image

This Whiskey Was Aged In An 18-Wheel ‘Rolling Rickhouse’ For 6K Miles

Believe it or not, this WhistlePig rye was even used to fuel a Challenger Hellcat.

Posted By

Jul 12, 2021