Cigar Review: My Father Le Bijou 1922 Toro
I grabbed this cigar with high expectations. I've seen people brag about the My Father Le Bijou for months, and I gave the My Father El Centurion a CigarScore of 5. The Le Bijou smelled under-aged before I lit it, but after a half-inch in, the flavors were wonderful. The draw is smooth, the flavors a little creamy, and the aroma is practically perfect.
Line: Le Bijou 1922
Size: 6 x 52
Light: Match-lit cedar
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I enjoyed this cigar for almost two and a half hours. The blend of flavors was almost perfect and the cigar only got hot during the last inch. The wrapper was oily and rich, the aroma was pretty darn fantastic, and I would highly recommend the My Father Le Bijou. I can't wait to smoke another one, so the My Father Le Bijou 1922 Toro earns a CigarScore 5.