AGANORSA Leaf’s Guardian of the Farm line will be receiving a follow-up in the form of a maduro cigar known as Nightwatch.

The new release uses a corojo maduro wrapper that is grown under shade in Jalapa, Nicaragua. It’s the third new release the company has announced to use shade grown corojo maduro tobaccos following the AGNORSA Leaf Signature Maduro and JFR Lunatic Loco. Underneath that is a corojo binder also from Jalapa and corojo and criollo fillers grown in Estelí and Jalapa.

It will be offered in four sizes.

  • Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch Rambo (4 1/2 x 48) — $8.50 (Box of 20, $170)
  • Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch Campeon (6 x 52) — $9.20 (Box of 20, $184)
  • Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch JJ (5 1/2 x 50) — $9.72 (Box of 20, $194.40)
  • Guardian of the Farm Nightwatch Orpheus (6 x 44) — $9.96 (Box of 20, $199.20)

The cigars are rolled at the company’s Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. (TABSA) factory in Estelí.

It will ship in early August.

The Guardian of the Farm line debuted in 2017. Its name refers to the dogs the company uses to guard its tobacco fields. Each size is named after one of those dogs.

“To make a second blend for Guardian of the Farm and our loyal dogs is a blessing,” said Max Fernández Pujals, in a press release. “Every dog, whether it is one of ours or your own, is commemorated with this cigar.”

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