The Cremo Grandeur is the fourth cigar released by Cremo Cigars.
I Googled “Grandeur” and the definition is “splendor and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style.” I am really hoping this cigar lives up to its name.
At the time this review was published, Cremo Cigars did not respond to my requests for more information on the Grandeur.
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