Nat Sherman’s latest release comes with a celebratory theme, as it honors the 75th birthday of company CEO Joel Sherman.
The Joel Sherman 75th Celebration is scheduled to be on display at this month’s IPCPR convention and trade show in Las Vegas, Nev., with shipping to begin in August. Production is being handled by the Quesada Factory in the Dominican Republic, with an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper and a Dominican binder and filler. The cigar measures 7 1/2 inches in length and has a 46 ring gauge. Only 2,500 ten-count boxes are being produced, with a single stick price of $19 and a box price of $190, before taxes.
“These cigars are the epitome of a lifelong desire to create a unique smoking pleasure for my friends and customers,” said Sherman, in a press release. “I have always been asked ‘how do you smoke a cigar?’ and my answer is always the same ‘however you like.’”
Sherman is the son of company founder Nat Sherman, and it was 54 years ago that he joined his father’s business at the age of 21.