The Nat Sherman Panamericana is the newest cigar to join the ranks of Nat Sherman’s Premium Cigar Portfolio, and is made exclusively for the company’s flagship Townhouse store in Manhattan. The Nat Sherman Panamericana is a full-bodied blend of aged tobaccos from Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with a stunning Ecuador Sumatra wrapper.
“This new expression of Nat Sherman is sensationally complex in flavor, achieving great balance by tempering the Costa Rican tobacco’s unique attributes with three different Nicaraguan tobaccos,” said Michael Herklots, Nat Sherman’s Vice President of Retail and Brand Development. “We’ve been tweaking this blend for two years, and the final product was well worth the time and effort.”
The Nat Sherman Panamericana is manufactured in Esteli, Nicaragua by the Plasencia Family. Packed in understated slide-top boxes of ten cigars, the four-format line is:
- Secretos 4” x 40 $85.00 per box of ten cigars (plus taxes)
- Epicure 5” x 50 $105.00 per box of ten cigars (plus taxes)
- Cervantes 6” x 43 $92.50 per box of ten cigars (plus taxes)
- Julieta 7” x 48 $120.00 per box of ten cigars (plus taxes)