My Father cigars were introduced in 2008 by Jaime Garcia, son of the renowned Don Jose Pepin Garcia, at Jaime's My Father factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. These full-bodied cigars contain Nicaraguan longfillers and a hybrid Ecuadorian Habano Rosado/Criollo wrapper. The smoke's initial crack of pepper rounds out to reveal a complex brew of spice, wood, coffee, and a kiss of caramelized sweetness. If you thought his father made great cigars, wait til you try Jaime's. A must-smoke!
Few times have I ever been so dissappointed as I was with this cigar...since it was finished and I had to leave it. Very sad. It was that good. While not a sweet cigar so to say, the cedros wrap gives the cigar finish a near cedary syrupy character. That said, the No.2 overall was a slighlty better performer throughout. However I enjoyed the final words of the Cedros Eminente more so. Best cigars I've smoked in years.ps, the aroma is more FULL "flavourerd" than the cigar. I cannot classify this as a FULL anything except flavour due to its' creamy character. Not overly creamy, but perfectly creamy. (not as creamy as a Don Diego Privada No1 or 2.On the draw, with a Bolivarbeing perfect, I'd score this one a 93. This ones touchy as some folks prefer a simple draw, while I enjoy the draw of the Bolivar as top notch with a good solid meaty core, but not so that it's difficult at any point.On the burn with an Avo being perfect, I'd score this a 94-95.The appearance is nothing short of stellar in the cedros wrap, the cigar isbeautifulConstructed as well as any Partagas20
A strong robust tasting cigar. Keeps getting better the longer you smoke it. Do not hesitate to buy this one!10