I don’t speak a lick of French, but I do know that when you combine one of the best French liqueurs with premium tobaccos, good things happen. On one hand, you have Grand Marnier, a delicious orange-flavored liqueur. On the other, you have premium tobaccos grown in the Dominican draped in a Corojo wrapper. After carefully combining the two through an imbuing process, you're left with a one-of-a-kind cigar. It smells like heaven, and that's just the preview. Expect gentle notes of orange to shine through as a mild array of toasty, semi-sweet tobacco mingles quite nicely. It's not everyone’s cup of tea, but for those that like a smooth, slightly sweet infused cigar, Grand Marnier more than takes care of business.
“Smooth and clean.... Nice and pleasant to smoke.”
EW of Virginia Beach, VA
“I tried one of these for the first time last night. While I liked the cigar, I have to say that I could find no hint whatsoever of Grand Marnier liqueur. I love Maker's Mark and can make out a faint bourbon after taste, but not so with this cigar. It's still a nice smoke. Chances are, if you like Maker's Mark you're going to like Grand Marnier.”