My Father Le Bijou is the second installment in the highly-rated My Father cigar lineup. The original My Father cigar was conceived by Pepín's son Jaime as a tribute to his father, and Le Bijou continues the Garcia's tradition of honoring their fathers. The name Le Bijou is French for "the jewel," and 1922 represents the year Jose "Pepín" Garcia's father was born.
These intense cigars feature a stellar blend that is rich and full-bodied with lots of pepper and spice. The new cigars have an all-Nicaraguan blend with an Ecuadoran Habano Oscuro wrapper, a dark Colorado Maduro which encase aged Nicaraguan fillers and binder. This blend is one of the most full-bodied cigars produced at the My Father Cigar factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. The cigar produces rich maduro flavors of chocolate and earth that coat the mouth, and as always, due to the Garcia's Cuban heritage, the construction of these cigars is outstanding.