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Cigar Review: My Father Opulencia

This is a brand new release from My Father Cigars, which features a Mexican Rosado Oscuro wrapper that has a plethora of flavors, and none of them were what I expected the cigar to have.  All of them as usual, exceeded expectations.

This is a softer box press at 6X54, complete with the extravagant and somewhat ornate band that My Father is known for.

Cutting into the cigar with a straight cut, I take a prelight cold draw and pick up hints of wood, fruity notes.  Pepper is actually absent considering this is a My Father cigar.  Once the cigar is lit a few puffs

My Father La Opulencia Toro 6X54

revealed white pepper from the wispy, white smoke.  The draw was solid.  Fruit and graham cracker sweetness, almost like honey, join the fold.

This is a full bodied, yet softer release from My Father, a perfect compliment to the My Father Le Bijou line.  sweetness