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Old 12-30-2021, 02:24 PM   #1
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So, i picked these up after watching a video recommending them and boy was that a great idea. these are great short filler cigars. here's my review


appearance: dark chocolate, some small veins but nothing too bad otherwise well constructed


right out of the gate i was hit with cinnamon and chocolate


chocolate, cinnamon, cedar, caramel, coffee, raisin (dry fruit), sweet tobacco, pepper, allspice, small hints of leather


coffee, chocolate, pepper, caramel, leather becoming more prominent, creaminess, vanilla, allspice, some spiciness, it’s developing a savory aspect mixed with a sweetness that is quite pleasant,,



chocolate, allspice, leather, pepper, spice, caramel, savoriness mixed with sweetness, coffee, creaminess, inhaling there’s a savory character but exhaling it has a sweetness on the tongue,

Ash, was solid but flaked from time to time

Finish: This is a great bang for your buck cigar and from My Father no less.These, from what i understand contain 70% long filler and 30% short filler so not a true SF cigar. I find i have no hesitation reaching for these just for how tasty they are. This cigar really comes alive in the last segment as well so it starts of sweet but turns into something akin to a cocoa rubbed steak. I cannot recommend them highly enough especially for those on a budget. Now if my La Promesa's could get here quicker i'd be even happier. thank you for taking the time to read this! God bless you!
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Old 12-30-2021, 03:07 PM   #2
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Sounds tastier than the La Bijou I smoked Tuesday, Jason, and probably about 1/4 the price.
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Sounds tastier than the La Bijou I smoked Tuesday, Jason, and probably about 1/4 the price.
It's funny you say that Tom because the La Bijou i smoked wasn't as good as i thought it would be coming from My Father. It was just a little underwhelming and one dimensional but i'll give it another shot. it was okay though
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It's funny you say that Tom because the La Bijou i smoked wasn't as good as i thought it would be coming from My Father. It was just a little underwhelming and one dimensional but i'll give it another shot. it was okay though
Yes, I am definitely going to try a different blend next time I buy a My Father, perhaps a La Promesa?
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Old 12-30-2021, 03:29 PM   #5
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Yes, I am definitely going to try a different blend next time I buy a My Father, perhaps a La Promesa?
Oh yeah! I just bought a box of corona Gorda going off of how good the one i had was. it was a magnificent cigar
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Oh yeah! I just bought a box of corona Gorda going off of how good the one i had was. it was a magnificent cigar
Then I am decided.
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Old 01-01-2022, 09:48 AM   #7
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I just had a funny brain fart of a moment. I'm smoking a quorum shade toro right now (i know i know, i'm bringing in the new year cheaply) for some reason i decided i was gonna review the Tabaco baez today and had completely forgotten that i'd already done it. So, now maybe i'll review something more premium. we'll see because i kind of just wanna relax this holiday but my moods change from cigar to cigar so we'll see.


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Old 01-16-2022, 10:35 AM   #8
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I'm bumping this review because i'm enjoying one now and am just reminded with how good these are for the price. I got mine from JR cigars so they needed to rest for a month but MAN do these babies really open up. Solid construction and packed with flavors (I promise i'm not getting paid to say this) Lots of sweet pepper, chocolate, creaminess, mixed with that savory sweetness that i find hard to describe. The best i can describe is a cocoa rubbed steak or hot chocolate with a dash of cayenne pepper. I really can't recommend them enough. They will vary a little from cigar to cigar but for the most part all the key flavors are always there. Anyways, that's all. God bless you all on this Sunday!
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I'm bumping this review because i'm enjoying one now and am just reminded with how good these are for the price. I got mine from JR cigars so they needed to rest for a month but MAN do these babies really open up. Solid construction and packed with flavors (I promise i'm not getting paid to say this) Lots of sweet pepper, chocolate, creaminess, mixed with that savory sweetness that i find hard to describe. The best i can describe is a cocoa rubbed steak or hot chocolate with a dash of cayenne pepper. I really can't recommend them enough. They will vary a little from cigar to cigar but for the most part all the key flavors are always there. Anyways, that's all. God bless you all on this Sunday!
Sounds perfect! Thanks For The Great Review, Jason! Probably A Perfect Cigar For The Golf Course!
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Old 03-09-2022, 06:52 PM   #10
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Smoking one of these tonight to end the night. Still a perfect start the day/end the day cigar and cheap to boot. I can't recommend these high enough for the price for what you get. Great flavors and a well constructed short filler cigar. God bless you all!
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Atlantic Cigar has good prices on them
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