Nat Sherman cigars have been a staple to the business now since 1930. The rich history of the company has had some ups and downs but in the end has come to be known as one of the most famous tobaccos shops in the country. But their fame doesn't just end with their tobacco shop. The brand has grown to include their own line of cigars that continue to break new ground within the industry and can be found in just about any enthusiast's humidor.
When handed a Nat Sherman cigar, most would assume they have a mellow-bodied Dominican in their hand. Not the case here. While this blend is made in the Dominican (by Manuel Quesada, no less), this Nat Sherman kicks it up a notch. This smooth, medium to full-bodied cigar is loaded with a rich blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos smothered inside a luscious Dominican wrapper. The intensely rich blend offers bold flavors of spice, oak, and espresso that leaves the palate feeling clean and invigorated.