To commemorate the 91st anniversary of Federal Cigars in New Hampshire, two exclusive My Father Le Bijou 1922 cigars have been made available to the shop. These cigars have been dubbed “My Father Le Bijou 1922 Federal Cigar 91st Cervantes”. Each have modified blend and unique vitola from the original Le Bijou. The cigars officially went on-sale as of February 1st, 2012.
These follow other releases that were done for Federal Cigars 90th anniversary. These cigars included the Tatuaje Federal Cigar 109, the Arturo Fuente Federal Queen B, and the E.P. Carrillo Short Run 2010 No.4.
The My Father 1922 Federal Cigar 91st Cervantes has two blend versions featuring different wrappers from the original Le Bijou. The original Le Bijou utilizes a Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro (Pelo de Oro) wrapper. The Federal Cigar 91st Cervantes have both a Connecticut Broadleaf and a Connecticut Shade version. Par for the course with the My Father Cigars line, these are produced at the My Father Cigars’ factory.
My Father Le Bijou Federal Cigar 91st Cervantes – Connecticut Broadleaf
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Production: 200 boxes of 23 (for a total for 4600 cigars)
My Father Le Bijou Federal Cigar 91st Cervantes – Connecticut Shade
Wrapper Connecticut Shade
Production: 50 boxes of 23 (for 1150 cigars)
There will be a single vitola available in each of the blends of the My Father Le Bijou 1922 Federal Cigar
91st Cervantes. Both are a 6 1/2 x 42 lonsdale vitola.
The Connecticut Shade version will only be available for sale at in the Federal Cigars store. The Connecticut Broadleaf is available for internet purchases. For additional details, visit the Federal Cigars’ website.
Updated: Significant portions of the article have been rewritten to the Connecticut Shade version as well as the Connecticut Broadleaf.