Aganorsa Leaf announced today a new size in their Supreme Leaf line, a 6 x 54 Toro. The blend remains the same but this size will be more widely availabe than the original 5 x 52 Robusto.
Aganorsa Leaf Habano, formerly known as the Aganorsa Leaf Tabsa Habano, is now shipping with updated packaging and bands. The redesign reflects updated designs for the Corojo, Maduro, and Connecticut lines of the Aganorsa Leaf series which were repackaged last year.
Aganorsa Leaf is bringing a new line to TPE 2020, Supreme Leaf. The blend features tobacco grown 100% from Aganorsa farms and packaging has a look that is unique to the company.
Aganorsa Leaf, today, announced an extension to their Guardian of the Farm line, Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch. This version was blended by Max Fernandez and Kyle Gellis of Warped Cigars be a more intense smoke. The blend uses Aganorsa’s proprietary Shade Grown Corojo Maduro wrapper.
"I really enjoyed this cigar. The beginning didn’t wow me too much with the flavors, however, it developed into a delicious morsel of cigar goodness. Absolutely flawless construction and burn were superb. Smoked this one way past the band and it’s touching my fingers with a little heat now. Time to put it to bed and wait to hear what cigar I am smoking so I can buy more." -Adam B. (Bushboi)
For the third year in a row, Aganorsa Leaf has announced a new exclusive to their Casa Fernandez Aniverario lineup, Casa Fernandez Aniversario Cuban 109 Maduro. This years version uses the companies proprietary Aganorsa Shade Grown Corojo Maduro wrapper also found on their Signature Shade Grown Corojo Maduro series as well as the Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch.
"Rock solid smoke, if this cigar was a baseball player it would be Cal Ripken, something you could totally bank on in a pinch. It didn't change a ton through the cigar but it was strong and not overwhelming at all which is not an easy thing to say about a stick of this caliber." -Jack (Jack_H)
"This was not initially a cigar I would pick out to smoke. The ring gauge was great but the length of the cigar was more than I usually like. The cigar proved to be a flavor bomb for me and along with a great appearance provided a very good smoking experience. The first two-thirds were fantastic and even though the last third dropped off a bit more than I would have preferred, I enjoyed the cigar overall. Take a couple of inches off and make this a shorter toro and I’m in over and over again. " -Diana (ArmyRN)
"I lit this cigar up shortly after dinner and it hit just the right notes for a quality dessert cigar. If that Snickers profile came out anymore while smoking, I'd have been overjoyed. Either way, this is a cigar worth checking out and I would definitely smoke it again." -Doug S. (Unpossible_1)