The sixth and newest vitola in AGANORSA Leaf’s Supreme Leaf line will begin heading to stores on Friday.
It’s a 6 x 52 toro, a familiar vitola for many cigar smokers. However, it’s the first size in the Supreme Leaf line—which debuted in March 2020—to be round, as the previous five have all been box-pressed. While the round vitola might be new for the line, it uses the same blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos, capped off by a corojo 99 wrapper.
The MSRP is set at $13.99 per cigar and it is limited to 2,750 boxes of 10 cigars.
“Demand for Supreme Leaf continues to grow and we are committed to releasing the same incredible blend in a new format with each release,” said Terence Reilly, vp of sales and marketing for AGANORSA Leaf, in a press release. “Rolling the blend as a traditional parejo and not box pressing it gives the consumer the opportunity to compare how this vitola compares to previous releases. I’m excited for the feedback from consumers once this hits the market in February, especially since this release will mark the first time in over a year Supreme Leaf will be available and expectations are higher than ever. ”
Note: The following shows the various Supreme Leaf vitolas. Some of these cigars may have been released after this post was originally published. The list was last updated on February 8, 2023.
The Supreme Leaf line is considered to be a limited production item, as AGANORSA Leaf releases it in small batches throughout the year.
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