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Cigarillos, Corona
Wrapper
Sumatra
Origin
Dominican Republic
Flavored
False
Pressed
No
Has Tip
No
Sweet
No

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"A Smokin' His Cigar..."

General Grant cigars have that iconic, old school look and feel due to the Cuban-esque edging strips on the box and the Americana themed design. Their rich flavor and amazing everyday price is even better.

These 5.0"x42 lovelies are rolled freehand without bands, the same way cigars were produced in America in the late 1800s. Handcrafted with filler tobaccos stemming across Central America, you'll discover light complexities as earthy richness overwhelms your palate. Now, don't get us wrong. These beauties are far from super premiums, but they are great-tasting quick smokes for the golf course, car ride, or during a much needed lunch break. Packed in boxes of 30, General Grant cigars are great tasting, everyday options when you don't want to burn through your pricier selections.

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Corona (5.0"x42)
Box of 30
$32.50
$50.00 | save $17.50 | 35% off
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$50.00 | save $17.50 | 35% off
Mini Cigarillo (Cigarillos) (3.2"x26)
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Box of 60
$32.50
$50.00 | save $17.50 | 35% off
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$50.00 | save $17.50 | 35% off

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Dave
Dave Great For The Price
For an inexpensive handmade, General Grant does the job. Don't expect a well-balanced, super-premium character here. Instead, you'll be met with complexity, some sweetness, but mostly a gritty earthiness that is far from refined. And this is a good thing. For being rolled freehand without the use of molds, the construction holds up and the cigar burns quite nicely. The blend does present some changes in flavor and leaves behind a medium finish with quite a rich aftertaste. In our opinion, for the price, this is a good corona for those who prefer the gritty, real taste of tobacco.
Dave
Dave General Grant
Corona (5.0"x42): For an inexpensive handmade, General Grant does the job. Don't expect a well-balanced, super-premium character here. Instead, you'll be met with complexity, some sweetness, but mostly a gritty earthiness that is far from refined. And this is a good thing. For being rolled freehand without the use of molds, the construction holds up and the cigar burns quite nicely. The blend does present some changes in flavor and leaves behind a medium finish with quite a rich aftertaste. In our opinion, for the price, this is a good corona for those who prefer the gritty, real taste of tobacco.
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