Cigar Review: My Father #1 Robusto
My Father has made some of my favorite cigars over the past several months. Since I discovered them in January of 2019 (I know, I'm super late to the game), I've smoked the Le Bijou 1922, the El Centurion, the La Opulencia, the Number 5, and more. And today, I'm reviewing the My Father #1, which was the #3 cigar of the year in 2009 according to Cigar Aficionado.
This cigar starts off with a great aroma and an easy draw after a cut from my guillotine.
Brand: My Father
Line: #1, Robusto
Size: 5 1/4 x 52
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano Rosado/Criollo hybrid
Regarding the burn, this cigar did fairly well, although there was a spot where a vein in the wrapper caused some unevenness. The draw was good for the entire smoke, but the cigar did get pretty hot in the final third.
At the end of the day, the My Father #1 is an average cigar that I would smoke with you if you really wanted to. However, I think there are better cigars for just a little bit more money. For those reasons, the My Father #1 earns a CigarScore of 3.