My Father Le Bijou 2010

The My Father Le Bijou Toro. This review I really enjoyed doing because this cigar happens to be my favorite cigar out there, but… this cigar isn’t just a cigar you can grab off the shelf. It is a two year aged Le Bijou. Little info I was gifted this cigar by a member at the shop I work at. He was going through his locker and found a whole unopened box of these so I said “ahhh hemmm wanna give me one?” He happily obliged only because I held a gun to his head with saliva drooling out of my mouth. You may be saying to yourself right now “Damn this kid gets off track” but I assure you I do it for good reason and that is because these cigars are without a doubt the best cigars in the world. That being said from a master blender whom shall stay nameless due to the fact he doesn’t want people to know who he is. Ok I give up its me. I’m a master blender. I really need to do a video review all this typing and dialect really hurts my delicate fingers.

Wrapper:   Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro
Binder:   Nicaraguan
Filler:   Nicaraguan
Size:   Toro
Price:   Priceless

         First Third: First third started out a little spicy on the back end of the palate with a very nice chocolate flavor on the front of the palate. Now the retrohale was also a little spicy. But after about an inch in to the cigar you got great tastes of more chocolate hints of cedar  and a little ever so slight sweetness.

         Second Third: The second third was not much different it just seemed to mellow down a bit. There was a predominate chocolate taste to it and not a slight bit of spice like you would from a normal off the shelf Le Bijou. The only time you would get spice was with the retrohale.

         Final Third: Now the final third surprised me a little but then again it didn’t at the same time. The spice came back just like it did with the first inch but not strong. It was a nice just saying hi spice so a complete change from a normal Le Bijou

         Overall I loved it. Not to say I knew I was going to but I tried my best to go into this review like a jury on a trial. I knew I have always liked the Le Bijou’s so I had to be bias and I think I did a pretty good job at it. But overall this cigar smoked flawlessly and I enjoyed every second of it. If I could I would smoke this cigar everyday for the rest of my life.

God bless and all of you have a good two weeks see you then.

5 Responses to “My Father Le Bijou 2010”

  1. Buck, great review, I have only had one of these in my life and thought it was a great stick. Can’t find them at any Local B&M although I will be in the DE area in the next couple weeks and I know I’ll be able to pick some up down there. HOpe all is well.

  2. I’ve always heard great things about the Le Bijou cigar. I haven’t seen any around my local shop though which is disappointing. I think I’d love this cigar with all the chocolate flavors you’re describing. I wonder what it would pair with? I’d like to try it with some nice dark rum and see if it accented the chocolate even more.

  3. I haven’t been able to find the Le Bijou in my local shop. Looks like a great smoke. I love all the chocolate flavors that you’re describing. I wonder what it would pair well with. I’d like to try a nice dark rum with it to see if it was accent the chocolate flavors or not.

  4. abraxas828282 Says:

    Another great review Mike. I have only had one of these and liked it very much. I need to get some more! Keep up the good work but I am looking forward to a new video review, soon!

  5. dude no video reviews…what’s up with that?

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