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Old 06-21-2013, 01:25 PM   #1
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Default My Father Le Bijou 1922 Petite Robusto Review

$7. retail 4.5 x 50
Prelight:Hay, sweet tobacco
1st 1/3
Great draw, construction, new leather, milk chocolate, roasted coffee all semi-sweet, med/full, No sh it pepper thank God....
Lots of flavor on the lips and tongue
toasted oak digging this stick, ash burning nice and straight....

2nd 1/3
Producing creamy thick sweet smoke, leather, draw just enough to cause friction across the tongue to pick up all the flavors.
Bold spice and leather and semi sweet chocolate is very chewy flavorful

Final 1/3
If there's any pepper I don't get it and and as you know I hate pepper sh it cigars with a passion.
Turning to full bodied and still creamy, thick, sweet smoke. wonderful smoking experience, the best cigar out of the My Father line to me.
I found the Flor De Las Antillas a piece of sh it
1 hour smoke, razor sharp all the way down to the nub.
My Father Le Bijou 1922 Petite Robusto 9 out 10 gem
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Default Re: My Father Le Bijou 1922 Petite Robusto Review

Easily one of my go to cigars..i keep boxes of them on hand at all times! Even better with age on them.
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Easily one of my go to cigars..i keep boxes of them on hand at all times! Even better with age on them.
Got to get some more and age them to experience how much better they can be.
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Default Re: My Father Le Bijou 1922 Petite Robusto Review

This is one of my favorites, and the petite robusto is my favorite size.
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