A sweet-capped Maduro from Ferio Tego!
1 year after the formation of Ferio Tego, the company has brought back a classic blend known as the Metropolitan Host Maduro. A few years ago, these cigars were sold under the Nat Sherman name. The Nat Sherman brand was discontinued entirely but its iconic lineup of premium handmades was revitalized under its former executives, Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott when they purchased the rights to the blends under the Ferio Tego name.
If you’re familiar with the previous Metropolitan Host Maduro, the tobaccos used to create this cigar have remained the same. Rolled in Davidoff’s Honduran factory, Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A., you’ll find that the construction is most excellent. This premium handmade’s internal components are consisting of Honduran long-fillers and binder. To sweeten the deal, the wrapper is a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro that underwent through the aging process to achieve a smooth and mellow experience that is completed by a sweetened cap. Don’t miss this anticipated return of a classic and grab a box today!