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Don’t cry for me Aganorsa. Casa Fernandez has been producing some of the most revered tobaccos in the industry for three decades. Used in respected names from Illusione to Alec Bradley, Casa Fernandez has plenty of street cred. Now they are putting their award-worthy tobaccos to use under their own name, and boy have they made a splash!The Aganorsa maduro boasts the same vintage Nicaraguan long-fillers from Aganorsa as the original Corojo version. The twist comes in the form of a well-aged San Andres maduro wrapper leaf adorning the top pf the blend. Heady notes of chocolate, sweet cream, and coffee cascade over the palate with a medium to full-bodied strength bumping this offering up to the top of many connoisseur’s lists. Great news, Casa Fernandez Arganosa Leaf Maduro received a well-deserved 93-rating and landed on the 2016 Top 25 Cigars list just outside of the top ten at #11, noting: "Many companies use Aganorsa tobacco, but in this brand, and particularly this Robusto Extra size, the tobacco shows its own distinct style."
I bought a box of these from a liquor store a few months back and from start to finish it reminded me of the CAO Sopranos that were so briefly with us a while back.
This stick comes with it's own "berries" (I mean it has balls. Big ones a swingin')....It's simply one of the most memorable cigars I've smoked. And now I can get them from CI, so I won't feel like I'm cheating on my chosen tobacconists. (I even requested that they give these a try)