Michael Herklots of Nat Sherman Cigars, the iconic New York City tobacconist, announced today via Facebook the release of the Nat Sherman 1930, which will feature both Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos.
The Facebook announcement is below:
As Cigar Aficionado has exclusively reported: We are pleased to announce the release of The Nat Sherman 1930. Handmade by MATASA in Santiago, Dominican Republic, the line is offered in five sizes – Corona (5.5” x 42), Corona Grande (6” x 46), Rothschild (4.5” x 52), Gran Robusto (5.25” x 54) and Inmenso (7” x 56). Packed in boxes of 24 cigars, the Nat Sherman 1930 ranges in price from $8.75 – $12.00 per cigar, before applicable taxes. The cigars combine aged filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, have a Dominican binder, and are finished with a Dominican-grown wrapper.
“The Nat Sherman 1930 Collection pays homage to the year the brand was founded, builds upon our long established tradition of innovation, and follows the success of our award-winning Timeless collection, released in February, 2012,” said Nat Sherman Executive Vice President William Sherman.
Executive Director of Retail and Brand Development Michael Herklots adds, “While there is no shortage of great cigars in the world today, there is a strong and growing demand for distinctive cigars that offer an incomparable balance of strength, flavor and aroma. The Nat Sherman 1930 is a rich cigar, with deep and complex flavors, yet offers a brightness and overall balance that contributes to a truly memorable experience.”
The 1930 Collection will be available in June. Visit our store locator to find an authorized Nat Sherman Tobacconist Near you. Which one do you plan to try first?