Aganorsa Leaf, formerly known as Casa Fernandez, has revealed one of its releases for the 2018 International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR) trade show and convention. The Signature Selection is a Nicaraguan puro that features a rosado-claro Corojo ’99 wrapper, Corojo ’99 binder, and Corojo ’98 and ’99 tobaccos in the filler. The filler will also incorporate medio tiempo priming, which will make the cigar very flavorful and strong.
The blend was worked on by Eduardo and his son Max Fernández, who are the owners of Aganorsa Leaf. All of the tobaccos used for this release were grown at Agricola Ganadera Norteña S.A., which is one of the Fernández’s farms.
“Signature Selection is blended with our best, refined, aged tobaccos selected from our most exclusive lots in our farms in Nicaragua,” said Eduardo Fernández. “We are very excited to now share it with tobacco enthusiasts in the marketplace.”
The Signature Selection will debut at IPCPR 2018 in four vitolas: Robusto (5 x 52), Belicoso (6 1/4 x 52); Toro (6 x 52); and a Corona Gorda, (6 x 44). The Belicoso will feature a special rounded, blunted head known as a Conde 109. The Corona Gorda will feature a fantail cap. The MSRP of these cigars ranges between $9 to $12 and will be available in 20-count boxes with the exception of the Corona Gorda, which will be available in boxes of 25.
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