Bijou Means Jewel and These Cigars Are Jewels cigars - Corona Cigar Co.

Bijou Means Jewel and These Cigars Are Jewels cigars

  12/01/2016 at 10:07 am

Definition of bijou from the Merriam Webster dictionary:

Bijou - plural bijous or bijoux

1: a small dainty usually ornamental piece of delicate workmanship : jewel

2: something delicate, elegant, or highly prized

The My Father Le Bijou Limited Edition 2016 Toro cigar fits both definitions of bijou. This limited edition cigar is a highly prized jewel.

An Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro wrapper surrounds a Nicaraguan binder and Nicaraguan fillers. One of the filler tobaccos is Pelo de Oro. The Garcia family of My Father Cigars grows this rare tobacco on their farm in Nicaragua for use in their limited editions.

The Pelo de Oro tobacco gives a hint of sweetness to the whole cigar and the flavors of wood, spices, pepper, vanilla, chocolate, roasted nuts, and coffee are tasted throughout the medium to full cigar.

From the handmade cigars out, these cigars are beautifully presented. The two rings on the cigar are large, the ornate rose and gold ring declares the cigar is handmade by the Garcia family and My Father. The secondary gold ring below says Limited Edition Bijou 1922. There is an orange ring on the foot of the cigar marked limited edition 2016. Each of the 14 beautiful cigars in the box comes in its own wooden coffin marked limited edition 2016.

And the box itself is a work of art. It is glossy white with a raised plaque announcing in gold it holds the Limited Edition Bijou cigars. The inside of the box lid has the same crest, this time in red and gold.

There are only 4,000 boxes of these limited edition cigars available. Contact Us to order your own Limited Edition My Father Cigars.

By Corona Cigar Co.