Ferio Tego is wrapping up 2021 with the release of its Nicaraguan-made blends, Panamericana and Supreme. Both former Nat Sherman International brands will officially return to store shelves on Nov. 18, 2021.
Timeless Supreme was first released by Nat Sherman International back in 2012 as a box-pressed Nicaraguan puro. It is described as a cigar that’s “rich in body but dignified in their intensity.” It will come packaged in 21-count boxes and will be available in four different vitolas: 660 (6 x 60), 652T (6 x 52, Torpedo), 749 (7 x 50) and 554 (5 x 54). Price per cigar will range from $10.50 to $12.
Timeless Panamericana debuted back in 2014 as an exclusive for the now shuttered Nat Sherman International Townhouse. In 2015, the blend was a Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) exclusive before being made available to all premium tobacconists in 2018. The Panamericana features an Ecuador-grown Sumatra wrapper, Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos from both Nicaragua and Costa Rica. This cigar will be available in 10-count boxes in four vitolas: Julieta (7 x 48), Gordo (6 x 60), Epicure (5 x 50) and Belicoso Fino (5 1/2 x 52, Belicoso. Price per cigar will range from $12.95 to $14.50.
Michael Herklots, co-owner of Ferio Tego, issued the following comment on these upcoming releases: