Max Fernández, son of the well-known Eduardo Fernández, one of the owners of the TABSA company, from which the Aganorsa brand is derived, which turns out to be the largest source of top quality leaf for Nicaraguan tobacco; he has teamed up with boutique brand owner Kyle Gellis to create a Nicaraguan cigar: Guardian Of The Farm.
This cigar uses a Corojo ’99 wrapper leaf grown in the Jalapa Valley, and a blend of Corojo ’99 and Criollo ’98 long-fillers. The cigar offers smooth and creamy flavors of cashews, mild spices, cedar and sweet tobacco.
Beyond their creators, the protagonists of the conception of these cigars are the pets of Max and Kyle, since they have been the guardians of the farms that give rise to the highest quality raw material for the elaboration of the best cigars. Nicaraguans.
In 2017, Guardian of the Farm was ranked number 8 among experts’ favorite cigars, receiving a 93 certification from critics, who noted that it was a cigar with a seductive taste and a flat draw.