A tribute to the 1920s, Nat Sherman resurrects the first cigar they ever sold following they're acquisition of Schwab Bros. and Baer back in 1929. Originally a clear Havana blend that was rolled in the United States from imported Cuban leaf, Nat Sherman blended the new release to mirror that true Havana taste. And packaged in a classic Cuban style cigar box, Epoca delivers that Cuban-esque profile in spades.
Hailing from tobaccos manufactured at Manuel Quesada's prized factory in the Dominican Republic, rigorous tasting was undertaken to ensure this blend was worthy of such an honorable name. Nicaraguan and Dominican Cuban-seed long-fillers meld beautifully together inside a light Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. Mellow to medium in body, Nat Sherman Epoca is full in flavor presenting an experience loaded with buttery creaminess with a natural sweetness that leaves nothing to be desired. Epoca is the perfect blend to pay homage to an old staple and extremely important part of cigar history.