And now we know the details of the AGANORSA Leaf Signature Series.

It will be a four-size limited edition designed to show off the company’s best tobacco. The blend is a Nicaraguan puro using a corojo 99 rosado claro wrapper from Jalapa, over a mixture of corojo 99 and criollo 98 fillers from Estelí and Jalapa. It also includes a half leaf of medio-tiempo leaf, a high priming tobacco that is only found on certain tobacco plants.

The owners of AGANORSA Leaf—formerly known as Casa Fernández—Eduardo Fernández and his son, Max, created the blend.

“Signature Selection is blended with our best refined aged tobaccos selected from our most exclusive lots in our farms in Nicaragua,” said Eduardo Fernández in a press release. “It’s a cigar that we have thoroughly enjoyed in our Nicaraguan blending room amongst family and friends. We are very excited to now share it with tobacco enthusiasts in the marketplace.”

It will be offered in four sizes.

  • AGANORSA Leaf Signature Series Robusto (5 x 52)
  • AGANORSA Leaf Signature Series Belicoso (6 1/4 x 52)
  • AGANORSA Leaf Signature Series Toro (6 x 52)
  • AGANORSA Leaf Signature Series Corona Gorda (6 x 44)

Three sizes are offered in 20-count boxes, while the Corona Gorda comes in boxes of 25. Pricing ranges from $9-12 per cigar.

Production is limited to 500 boxes.

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Charlie Minato

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