Aganorsa Leaf
Aganorsa Leaf Buena Cosecha

Vitola: Torpedo
Length: 6.25
Gauge: 54

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo 99
Binder: Nicaraguan Criollo and Corojo
Filler: Nicaragua
Blender/Creator: Arsenio Ramos, Eduardo Fernandez, Max Fernandez
Factory: Sabor Aganorsa S.A (SABOR)
Country: Nicaragua
Purchase Source: Sellwood Cigar
Date Purchased: April 5, 2019
Price: $9.00
Date Smoked: January 8, 2021
Quantity: 1

Aganorsa Leaf Buena Cosecha

COVID-19 Day 293:

Today will be my second time with this Corojo wrapped cigar

First time today
Nicaraguan Puro and manufactured at Casa Fernandez’s SABOR (Sabor Aganorsa S.A) factory in Jalapa, Nicaragua, This is different than where most of Aganorsa cigars are rolled at their TABSA (Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A.) factory also in Jalapa, Nicaragua. This was pointed out to me by Jeff Martinez (Cigar Concierge) at Sellwood Cigar in Portland, Oregon.

Today was my first time with the newly repackaged Aganorsa Leaf Buena Cosecha Corojo.

As usual, when I find a Nicaraguan Puro and in this case one with Corojo (99) and Criollo (98) in the blend, I’m all in. A snip and a cut and my first cold draw delivers light earthy tobacco and subtle baking spices that welcome me to my first time with the Buena Cosecha Corojo.

Once lit, the first third is very pleasant with creamy malty tobacco flavors and just enough of a pepper spice to keep it interesting for me.

At the second third (halfway) the pepper ramps up on the retrohale. Not bad, not bad as I can feel the pepper coating my tongues for a long lasting finish with a perfect draw.

At the last third, I’m reflecting on the creamy malty texture of the smoke and flavors… hmmm, I’m glad I have another to try in a few weeks.

Stay Chill
Stay Smoky

The Experience

Ash: Even
Smoke Output: Medium
Flavor: Earthy
Strength: Medium
Finish: Complex
Value: Good
Overall Rating (1-5): 3

The Cigar