Aganorsa Leaf is releasing a new size in their Lunatic line exclusively through the PCA Product Hub. The PCA Product...
Today, Aganorsa Leaf has announced an exclusive cigar with their retail partner Stateline Cigar Lounge in Newark, Delaware. The new cigar is simply called "Stateline." The blend uses entirely Aganorsa tobacco including a corojo 99 wrapper from Jalapa, and binder and filler tobaccos from their farms in Esteli, Jalapa, and Condega. Stateline comes in one size, a 6 x 50 toro.
Last year, Cigar Dojo and Aganorsa Leaf' collaborated on ReviveR, which scored a 92 in our blind review and ended up on our Top 25 cigars of the year. Now, this year, they have collaborated again on a new project, Bonsai.
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.
Terence Reilly has returned to the cigar industry. The former national sales manager for Quesada Cigars has been hired by the Aganorsa/Casa Fernandez conglomerate as its new senior vice president in charge of sales and marketing. Reilly’s new position comes less than a month after he resigned from Quesada, where he worked for more than eight years.
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 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 (formerly Casa Fernandez) has announced a one-time release production of their Aniversario line in a perfecto exclusively to IPCPR attendees. Production is limited to 250 boxes of 10 cigars and can only be ordered from their booth. The cigar measure 6 1/4" x 52 and is bunched and rolled in Miami using Aganorsa tobacco. The blend uses a Corojo 99 wrapper and binder and filler from Jalapa and Esteli.
After more than eight years with Quesada Cigars, Terence Reilly has turned in his resignation. Tomorrow, October 31st 2017, is his last day. Reilly was not only Quesada’s national sales manager, he is a member of the Quesada family and was instrumental in leading creative projects for Quesada Oktoberfest, Heisenberg, Domus Magnus and Fonseca Nicaragua.