Cigar Review: Guardian of the Farm by Aganorsa Leaf
I love stories, and I really love when there's a story behind a cigar. Albeit a short one, the Guardian of the Farm has a story to go with it. Aganorsa Leaf shipped American Bulldogs down to Nicaragua to guard their farm. These dogs stand as protectors of the crop, and the Fernandez family has chosen to honor these vigilant warriors with a cigar bearing their name.
The Guardian of the Farm by Aganorsa Leaf is a cigar with a natural wrapper. It looks very well-made, except for the dar area behind where the label was. I'm not sure if the discoloration was due to humidity or over-exposure to light, but it's clearly there. The closed foot was easily lit, and I'm excited to give this stick a smoke.
Line: Guardian of the Farm
Size: 5 1/4 x 50
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo '99
Filler: Nicaragua Criollo and Corojo
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The Guardian of the Farm by Aganorsa Leaf is a decent cigar. The burn was good and the draw was even – no problems there at all, but the flavors were just ok. I just wasn't impressed.
Because I didn't really like the cigar (and therefore would be a total douche if I recommended it to you), I have to give the Guardian of the Farm a CigarScore of 2.