Casa Fernandez Miami
With his new team in place, Fernández headed to Nicaragua to crack the Cuban cigar code. The result was the Aganorsa Leaf—highly celebrated for its signature flavor consisting of Nicaraguan terroir characteristics combined with the flavor and aroma of classic Cubans.
There was a time, sixty or so years ago, when pretty much any cigar smoked in American was rolled in America. These days, premium hand-rolled cigars are, for the most part, produced out of the States. The Little Havana neighborhood in Miami is home to some of the only domestic factories in operation today. In 2011, Eduardo Fernández opened a factory in Little Havana. This is where the Casa Fernandez Miami cigars come to life.
Casa Fernandez Miami cigars are Nicaraguan puros. They pack premium long-fillers from Condega, Jalapa, and Estelí. These sticks also hold some Ligero, so you can be sure this medium-full bodied blend brings the power. The resulting flavors are sweet cedar, pepper, leather, and spice.
In 2011, Cigar Aficionado awarded Casa Fernandez Miami cigars a 92 rating and the No.12 spot in their Top 25 Cigars of the Year.
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Casa Fernandez Miami FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Sweet cedar, pepper, leather, spice.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Just because they’re made in Miami doesn’t mean they’re reserved for Florida Man. If you want to taste a fine premium rolled in the States, pick up some of our Casa Fernandez Miami cigars.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Is it not your duty as an American cigar smoker? Honestly, though, we don’t think you’ll let one bit go to waste.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Besides a “MADE IN AMERICA” cigar band? Team this one up with Noah's Mill Bourbon. It’ll get you where you want to be.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
While watching Miami Vice in a white suit, blue shirt, and white loafers (no socks, of course).
No. But be ready for that ligero. It’s potent.