Last year, Nat Sherman released the Panamericana, a new line made solely for its Manhattan-based retail store, the Nat Sherman Townhouse.

Next month, it will become available for members of the Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) as the newest cigar for TAA Exclusive Series Product (ESP), a group of cigars offered only to the roughly 80 members of the trade organization.

Nat Sherman Panamericana 2

The four-size line uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper and filler tobaccos from Costa Rica and Nicaragua. It is made at Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua and offered in Secretos (4 x 40, $8.50), Epicure (5 x 50, $10.50), Cervantes (6 x 43, $92.50) and Julieta (7 x 48, $12). Each cigar is offered in boxes of 10.

Nat Sherman Panamericana 1

This is the third new exclusive product to come to light before the TAA meeting, which takes place April 12-16 at Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic. Tatuaje has shed light on its TAA 2015 release, while the Quesadas announced an exclusive Casa Magna D. Magnus II size would be made available. Unlike both of those products, the Nat Sherman Panamericana is not a limited edition.

The Nat Sherman Townhouse is a TAA member.

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Charlie Minato

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