Aganorsa Leaf thinks a bold cigar deserves a bold look, and so the new Supreme Leaf comes packed in boxes of 10 that carry a brilliant purple and orange look. The Supreme Leaf sports a dark, Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 wrapper with binder and filler also from Nicaragua. All of the tobacco in the new cigar was grown by Aganorsa, the agricultural arm of owner Eduardo Fernández’s Nicaraguan conglomerate. These farms produced some of the most sort after brands on the market, and their tobacco is prized by cigar makers around the world. The Aganorsa Supreme Leaf is being produced at Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. (TABSA) in Estelí, Nicaragua.
You’re going to want to grab a box of these outstanding smokes for your collection. bold and complex with good amounts of spice and strength, a real winner here!