Remember Nat Sherman cigars? They’re back—well, sort of. Ferio Tego is the new luxury cigar company culled from Nat Sherman DNA. Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott—longtime employees—bought the rights to cigar and pipe brands, but not to the Nat Sherman name. The name Ferio Tego dates back to a Herklots family crest from 1641 and the logo features the Herklots family coat of arms. And while there are eventual plans to resuscitate old Nat Sherman favorites like Timeless and Metropolitan, right now, the focus is on their top end namesake debut.
There are 2 Ferio Tego blends, each a 6x50 toro with one being made in the Dominican Republic and the other in Nicaragua.
Elegancia is made in the Dominican Repulblic at the Quesada factory and features an Ecuadorian wrapper and a Domincan binder over a blend of choice Dominican and Nicaraguan long fillers. Elegancia is mellow in strength and full in flavor with notes of cedar and cream.
Generoso comes from the Plasencia factory in Nicaragua and is covered in a Honduran Shade grown wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and long fillers. A full-bodied cigar, Generoso provides a dense and luxurious experience, and is a perfect choice for the seasoned enthusiast. Try either Ferio Tego blend for a first-class treat!