Aganorsa Leaf and Corojo (more specifically, Corojo '99) are practically interchangeable terms within the premium cigar market, with the company being well-known for their agricultural work with the varietal throughout their many farms of Nicaragua. It should then come as little surprise that the Aganorsa Leaf Corojo is among their most sought-after smoking experiences—like getting your milk straight from the udder! (Sorry for the visual).
The cigar begins with the company's AGANORSA agricultural operation of Nicaragua, being among the two largest growers of premium Nicaraguan tobacco in existence. These all-Nicaraguan leaves make up the cigar's binder and filler, being topped with none other than grade-A AGANORSA Nicaraguan Corojo '99. Tying it all together, the cigars are rolled at the company's boutique-style factory in Miami, where highly trained torcedores showcase among the best craftsmanship in the world. The end result is a medium-bodied performance for the aficionado. Flavors are deep, long-lasting, and unquestionably complex, including standout characteristics of clean cedar, citrus, graham cracker, sweet florals, and buttered crackers.