Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars For Sale Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars, or more commonly known as their alternative moniker, Tabacalera Tropical, has received rave reviews from aficionados everywhere, praising the product’s high-quality manufacturing and flavor profiles. Presented in Nicaraguan box-presses, the Cuban-style tobacco of the product hails from the mountains of Condega, Jalapa and Esteli. Available in three different distinct sizes, the name of the stogie is actually an acronym of Agricola Nortena.

The wrapper, binder and filler are all Nicaraguan, aside from the aforementioned tobacco that lies inside of the body. The wrapper itself is of a darker hue, with some red coloration permeating the length of the entire body. There are only a few veins to be seen and only upon close inspection. Since the Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars are noted to be lacking in cellophane, there’s a small chance that spots of the body can be roughed up a bit.

The body of the stogie has been described as a bit softer to the touch than other comparable products, though it maintains its shape just fine throughout the entire burn. The cold draw starts off the flavor profile with subtle tones of caramel and sweetness. The burn maintains quite a heavy smoke throughout, with a solid draw, as well as an ash that keeps the shape nicely.

The first third of Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars start with a walloping punch of flavors according to reviewers online. Even the first few draws have been described as being overwhelmingly rich in flavors, from notes of cedar and other types of wood, to sweet spices. The overall taste is on the oily side, but it’s been noted to enhance the flavor more than detract from it. A bit of time into the burn, the aroma of the stogie begins to kick into full throttle, harking back to the caramel tones that were first picked up in the cold draw. Chocolaty flavors, along with some nutty tones are also present during this phase of the body.

The second third of Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars brings the caramel flavors from before to the forefront. Reviewers agree that the caramel remains quite subtle throughout this phase of the burn, but it’s definitely consistent. Additionally, peppery tones, along with some wood-like flavors begin to appear during the second third, with just the slightest bit of coffee notes coming to life as well. The final third of the stogie bring back some of the chocolate flavors that were present before, as well as some fresh espresso tones that begin to shape the profile up completely. At the finish, the smoke still resonates with the caramel-like flavors accompanied with some bits of pepper again.

Critics agree that Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf Cigars are very much on the full-bodied end of the spectrum when it comes to the overall smoke and burn. The smoke itself has been described as quite potent; however this doesn’t diminish from any of the powerful flavors that continue throughout the burn. Though not overwhelming at any point, reviewers are unanimous that this particular stogie is well worth the price for the quality.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017


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