AGANORSA Leaf Releasing Supreme Leaf at TPE 2020

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At the upcoming Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) in Las Vegas, AGANORSA Leaf will be unveiling Supreme Leaf, a new, colorful addition to its portfolio.

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The cigar is a Nicaraguan puro that has a corojo 99 dominant blend, according to the company, who says the goal of the cigar is to “excite the palate with a complex balance of mouthwatering sweetness and potent spice.”

“We believe our leaf is our strength and so we wanted the presentation clearly to reflect that confidence in the quality of our cigars,” said Terence Reilly, vice president of sales and marketing, via a press release. “The packaging has a bold and assertive look and feel that demands the consumer’s attention on the shelf. You don’t use colors like this unless you are confident in the product,” he added.

The AGANORSA Leaf Supreme Leaf will be released in a single, 5 x 52 box pressed robusto vitola that will be priced at $9.95. The company is offering it 10-count boxes, with 500 boxes being produced for the initial run. The cigar will begin shipping in February.

Images courtesy of Terence Reilly/AGANORSA Leaf.

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