The sweetest host in town!
You might remember a timeless brand that was based out of Manhattan in the heart of the New York Metropolitan Area called Nat Sherman. Well, long-story short, the iconic American brand was briefly discontinued but never forgotten. Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott, both former executives from Nat Sherman, decided to revive the Timeless and Metropolitan brands that were the very core of Nat Sherman’s premium cigar lineup. Each blend is very much the same as we last knew them but are now under the name of Ferio Tego, which is the family motto of Herklots.
Produced in Davidoff’s Honduran factory, Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A., it’s no shock that these handmades are top notch in construction. The Metropolitan Host blend is comprised of Honduran leaves for the binder and fillers. To balance this smooth and mellow premium cigar, Ferio Tego has chosen a Connecticut wrapper. Finally, my favorite part, this cigar’s cap is sweetened. Which adds a unique experience that pairs extremely well with the Connecticut and Honduran tobaccos. Now’s the time to grab a box to celebrate the triumph return of this blend!