Nat Sherman Adding Robusto & Gordo to Timeless Dominican

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Nat Sherman has announced that two new vitolas will be added to the Dominican version of the company’s Timeless Collection line, a Robusto (4 3/4 x 50, $7.50) and a Gordo (6 x 60, $8.75).

Both new sizes will come in 20-count boxes and will be on display at this month’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show happening July 25-28 in Las Vegas, Nev. Shipping of the new sizes is expected to begin shortly after the show concludes.

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The Nat Sherman Timeless Collection debuted at the company’s Townhouse in New York at the end of 2011 before spreading nationwide in early 2012, and uses a Honduran wrapper over Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers with a Dominican binder, with production handled by Quesada Cigars at the company’s factory in Licey, Dominican Republic. It debuted in four sizes, Churchill (7 x 48), Hermoso (5 1/4 x 54), No. 2 (6 1/4 x 52) and No. 5 (3 3/4 x 43), before adding two more sizes that summer, Especiales (6 x 38) and Divinos (5 x 32/50/36). A Super Lancero (8 x 38) was added at the end of 2013, and an unreleased vitola called No. 16 (7 x 50/33) was created for Michael Herklots’ annual birthday celebration and fundraiser in 2012.

A Nicaraguan version of the Timeless Collection was introduced at the 2012 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

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