Today, Aganorsa Leaf announced a new size in the Lunatic Torch line: IMAGINE, a robusto measuring 5 ½ x 50. This new size joins the joins the 6 ½ x 52 Visionary, 6 ½ x 60 Dreamlands, and 4 ¾ x 70 Mad Folk vitolas. Like the rest of the line, IMAGINE has a shaggy foot, exposing the binder for a half inch at the foot of the cigar and allowing the smoker to see what the blend is like without the Corojo 99 wrapper.
J&J Spirits and Aganorsa Leaf have teamed up for a second release of their Single Cask Nation cigar, this time aged in 14-year-old Tennessee Bourbon Whisky. This new release will measure 6 x 54 and is box-pressed. The blend uses a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper and Nicaraguan filler and binder.
Aganorsa Leaf will be showing off a new size of Supreme Leaf at the 2021 PCA Trade Show, Supreme Leaf Torpedo. The blend remains the same, consisting of 100% Aganorsa tobacco grown on their farms in Nicaragua. The new Torpedo measure 6 x 54.
JR Cigar continues its 50th Anniversary celebration, and their next cigar for that occasion is a collaboration with Aganorsa Leaf: Aganorsa Lunatic JR 50th. The Lunatic line is known for large ring gauges and one of the strongest profiles in the Aganorsa portfolio. However, this new version comes in a thinner, 6 x 46 vitola.
Aganorsa Leaf is releasing a new size in their Lunatic line exclusively through the PCA Product Hub. The PCA Product...
"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)
Aganorsa Leaf is bringing not one, but two new sizes of their Aniversario Maduro line to PCA and making one of them exclusive for attendees. The blend remains the same as least year, using 100% Aganorsa grown tobacco including their proprietary Shade Grown Corojo Maduro wrapper. The new sizes are a 6 x 54 box-pressed Toro, and a 5 3/8 x 48 box pressed Short Churchill. The boxes and bands have also been updated to showcase the Aganorsa Leaf logo, replacing the Casa Fernandez name.
"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)
"I absolutely adored this blend and I am anxiously awaiting to find out what it was so I can stock up. This is a very heavy spicy cigar that is full of both strength and flavor. The pepper was the superstar of the cigar so if you enjoy spice this is absolutely a stick you have to try. In the background, there were other supporting notes of earth, leather, mineral, and nutty flavors to help round the blend out. I ended up smoking this down to the nub until I just could not hold it anymore." -Lauren S. (Lauren S.)