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Supreme Leaf by Aganorsa Leaf

"Supreme" is bold. Let's see if it lives up to the name.

By
Cory Allen
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The Breakdown
Wrapper
Nicaragua
Binder
Nicaragua
Filler
Nicaragua
Vitola (Size)
Corona Gorda (6 x 46)
Manufacturer Region
Nicaragua
Release Year
2020
Price (USD)
10.50
Construction

Box pressed, medium brown color. Very lite in the hands, overall good production quality. Worst art on a band I have seen in a long time. I've seen kindergartners at the school for the blind craft finger paintings better than this.

Burn

Slight tight draw. decent smoke production. Nice even burn on the box press

Flavors
Pepper
Cream
Spice
Cocoa
Price Opinion

Appropriate

92.0

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Highly recommended

It has to be said again. The Aganorsa Supreme Leaf band art is obnoxiously elementary. I get pissed every time i see it which makes me internally angry at myself for caring so much. Any who, the bad is always balanced with the good and such is the case with the supreme Leaf. This cigar is smooth, creamy, and absolutely delightful. It's not overly dynamic or complex, but it's so well balanced, so who gives a good god damn? I like that the flavor profile at the onset is how is finishes up. I would argue this is one of the best Aganorsa cigars released in recent years and for $10.50 its very worth it.

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Our Community's Score
Brand
Aganorsa Leaf

More than 20 years and countless awards later, Aganorsa Leaf is renowned throughout the world for its signature flavor that possesses all the great attributes of Nicaraguan terroir along with classic Cuban aroma and flavor.

Author
Cory Allen
Host of The Hot Ticket Podcast. Cory isn’t your prototypical cigar smoker. He’s a testament to today’s modern smoker. Having smoked his first cigar at the age 18, he immediately gained an affinity for this seemingly exclusive pastime, and specifically one that is not popular amongst those categorized as "Millennials" Today, Cory continues to indulge in some of the most highly rated and regarded cigars in the industry and is always seeking to get his grubby little hands on the next great smoke.