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Oui, Oui. It is good!
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 sort of 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.
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.
Smooth and clean.... Nice and pleasant to smoke.