My Father Cigars have come a long way since their start in a tiny cigar factory in Miami’s Little Havana nearly a decade and a half ago. Since then, they’ve grown into a go-to brand for cigar enthusiasts, regularly receiving outstanding reviews from critics and several top-25 honors. And expect no less for the newest entry into this storied brand, the My Father La Opulencia. A box-pressed vitola, La Opulencia is here to redefine the premium cigar experience. Featuring elements of the original My Father and Le Bijou, the La Opulencia utilizes an opulent Mexican Rosado Oscuro wrapper encasing flavorful Nicaraguan filler. This premium cigar has a smooth and creamy taste with leather and cocoa notes. Don’t miss out on the My Father La Opulencias, you’ll enjoy it to the end.
My Father La Opulencia Toro (6×54)
$12.60 – $226.80
A box-pressed vitola, La Opulencia features elements of the original My Father and Le Bijou. This blend utilizes an opulent Mexican Rosado Oscuro wrapper encasing flavorful Nicaraguan filler. This premium cigar has a smooth and creamy taste with leather and cocoa notes.
SKU: N/A Category: My Father La Opulencia Tags: Nicaraguan, Oscuro, Top rated Cigar
|Dimensions||6.0 × 1.0 × 1.0 in|
Single, 5 Pack, Box of 20
|Length In Inches|
Oscuro, San Andres
|Country of Origin|
My Father La Opulencia
4 reviews for My Father La Opulencia Toro (6×54)
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For everyone asking it’s packed with coffee and earthy notes but not really dark coffee. The finish at the beginning has little hints of white pepper with almost no burn on the retrohale. The second third starts to transition to coffee and floral notes with some of the earthy notes still present; the retrohale completely smooths out with no white pepper anymore. The final third is really earthy and floral with some coffee and sweet notes at the end and a super smooth retrohale. Overall a very good cigar with amazing construction, a great burn and fantastic transition to start to finish.
Jay (verified owner) –
A superb smoke, construction, burn, flavour, what more coukd you ask for!
Nick Maccini –
Absolutely wonderful smoke! Amazing flavors with a morning cup of coffee, smooth all the way through. My first cigar from My Father, and the experience was more than I could have asked for. My wife loved the aroma as well. Looking forward to the next one!
TwoChief SplittingMoon –
Today I’m smoking a taste of the Nicaraguan lifestyle covered in the Mexican night life created by my favorite cigar maker, “My Father”, not my actual father however. This is the La Opulencia aka “The sexy stick”. Like most women I know, who stares into the mirror as says “ooh, I look good”. This cigar has a nice dark wrapper that appears toothy and has the famous double artsy presentation bands. It come wearing two base ball caps, small veins with tight thin seams. The “Cut and a light” kicks off with some black pepper, leathery earth, with a roasted coffee in hand. As I’m getting into this I’m getting dark coco powder, oak, a toasted nuttiness, and I thought cinnamon had come out to play but in a weaker form. It has a chewy smooth smoke, with a light spicy retro hale and a long finish. The sweetness is light with a hint of cedar in the background. Headed into second base, I’m sliding in with a nice dark chocolate and red licorice, roasted nutty coffee in an oak mug. It’s giving off a red pepper retro hale with a touch of cedar. It’s almost like an espresso created from the mind of a starbucks teenager. The ash held on for about two inches, and has a pretty even razor sharp edge. It’s increased to a med plus body, with a full flavor profile. Stealing third base, I’ve come across a natural peanut buttery note, the cedar has faded, still getting the black coffee, oak and leather. The smoke is slightly oily, with a sweetened retro hale. Chocolate is still flavor forward. There’s a roasted walnut in the mix now. It’s a smooth cigar overall, and it seems more full body now, the strength has increased. It’s given me an hour and a half task of completing my smoke down, and I’m pooping this in my 95 points category.