Aganorsa tobacco is well-known in the industry for its high quality and resemblance to the iconic Cuban flavor and aroma. Eduardo Fernández and his son, Max, founded Aganorsa Leaf in Nicaragua in 1998. Eduardo travelled to Cuba and assembled a team of former Cubatabaco agronomists with the goal of replicating the profile of Cuban cigars, creating the specific leaf now known as Aganorsa tobacco.
Max Fernández and Kyle Gellis of Warped Cigars collaborated on the original Guardian of the Farm line. However, in the Cerberus extension, Fernández goes solo to release a new version that features Aganorsa's Corojo 2012 wrapper. It was the first Aganorsa cigar to feature this wrapper leaf, released in 2022, with the same Criollo and Corojo long-filler blend as the original but with added spice and nuance from the Corojo 2012 wrapper. Furthermore, the line abandons the Guardian of the Farm theme of naming each vitola after the dogs that guard Aganorsa's tobacco farms, but keeps the motif alive by drawing inspiration from the three-headed hound that guards the gates of Hades in Greek mythology.