Antonio Y Cleopatra Grenadiers
The highly popular Antonio y Cleopatra cigars brand dates back to 1879. Today, these low-cost cigars, which are also made in flavored 'Wise Guys' selections, offer a fairly mild taste in Connecticut Shade natural, Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro and Java-grown wrappers. Machine-made in Cayey, Puerto Rico, the filler tobaccos are all Cuban-seed with a sheet binder.
Great cigar after dinner. Very mild but yet satisfying after a long day. I have been smoking these for over 5 years.
I agree with the comments regarding the declining quality. I have smoked them for years but will no longer purchase them. WHAT alternative smokes do you recommend?
I have purchased Grenadiers for about 5 yrs and have noticed a big difference in quality and taste.At one time you could get the promo twin pac for 5.00$ but now,a single pac is 8.00$ and the quality stinks.I got two pacs that was full of worms looked like maggots and the retailer 7-11 wouldn t refund or exchange them.I won t buy any more untill they improve their QC.
EVERY TIME I BUY A BOX 1 OR 2 A MONTH. I FIND ATLEAST 3 TO 5 CIGARS THAT HAVE BEEN CRACKED %26 CAN T BE SMOKED.BAD BOX S %26 HANDLING OR A FACTORY PROBLEM.THERE APPROX $70.00 BOX INCLUDING TAX S AT CVS. THEY WILL SOON LOOSE MY BUSINESS.THERE LACK OF QUALITY CONTROL %26 WRAPS ARE THINNER.THEY WHERE A DECENT CIGAR AT ONE TIME BUT THE QUALITY OF THERE CIGARS ARE NOT WHAT THEY OUNCE WHERE.I WILL HAVE TO FIND ANOTHER BRAND I GUESS.