Ferio Tego Timeless Prestige No. 2 Torpedo cigars

It’s some of the most exciting cigar news of the year – former Nat Sherman execs Michael Herklots and Brandon Scott have launched a new company to pick up from and expand where Nat Sherman left off.

After 90 years in business, Nat Sherman closed down their wholesale business and Manhattan store last September, leaving the future of fan-favorite Nat Sherman cigars like the Metropolitan series and Timeless Collection uncertain. With the launch of Ferio Tego, Nat Sherman cigars have found a new home.

In January of this year, Herklots and Scott announced plans to continue the Nat Sherman legacy under the new banner, and this week the first shipment of Ferio Tego cigars has hit our shelves. Among the classic Nat Sherman lines now adorned with secondary bands bearing the Ferio Tego name is the highly-rated Timeless Prestige.

Ferio Tego Timeless Prestige Torpedo No. 2

Rolled using a diverse grouping of six unique tobaccos spanning three nations of origin, the Timeless Prestige wraps a rich Honduran wrapper around select Dominican and Nicaraguan leaves for a smooth yet lively smoke. The 6 1/4 x 52 Torpedo version of this medium-bodied blend conveys a particularly round and robust succession of earthy, spicy, and sweet tasting notes. It’s tobacco recipe remains the same as when it was known as the Nat Sherman Timeless Collection No. 2 and named #10 on Cigar Aficionado’s Top Cigars of 2012.

We’ve got this fantastic first-wave Ferio Tego release in stock now and ready to ship. Enjoy Ferio Tego Timeless Prestige Torpedo No. 2 cigars at the lowest prices right here.


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