This cigar has come out for the second time now with the first limited edition coming out in 2010 which was bunched by Jaime Garcia and rolled by Jose Garcia but the sad news about the 2011 LE is that it wasn’t rolled and bunched by those two men which is a pretty big disappointment.
Cigar: My Father Limited Edition 2010
Size: 6.5 x 52
Wrapper: Hybrid Ecuadorian Habano Rosado Criollo
Construction: The construction on this piece of art was flawless, without a single blemish on either of the three I smoked for this review. Not to mention the band. The band is a piece of art in its self. With its intricate designs I would almost say it beats the Opus band which is know for its amazing artwork.
1st half: The first half of this cigar was extremely tasty with a hit of pepper as I lit it followed by some chocolate and coffee. As I got to the end of the first half it started to come alive even more with hints of vanilla and coco.
2nd half: With the second half the flavor just didn’t seem to end getting more and more complex as it burned. With more Vanilla, chocolate, and coffee but then ending with how it started with pepper and earthy tones again.
Conclusion: I would say it wasn’t as good at the 2010 but I think it’s just because it didn’t live up to its expectations. Now don’t get me wrong this cigar was amazing but it just wasn’t all that I thought it would be due to the fact that last years was just an amazing mix of flavor. Till next time god bless and have a great two weeks.