Fred Rewey is adding another factory to his list of manufacturing partners.
Nomad Cigar Co.’s newest release, Martial Law, will be produced at Fabrica Oveja Negra, the Estelí, Nicaragua-based operation owned by James and Angela Brown, best known for producing Black Label Trading Co.
Martial Law is a single 6 x 50 toro vitola that uses a habano wrapper, Jalapa binder and Nicaraguan fillers. Rewey said the blend uses tobacco from all four of Nicaragua’s main growing regions: Condega, Estelí, Jalapa and Ometepe.
“I was very impressed with Fabrica Oveja Negra during a visit last year,” said Rewey in a press release. “Frankly, I have not seen anyone get a new factory up to speed as fast as they did. With attention to detail and excellent tobacco, a project there was inevitable at some point.”
Suggested retail pricing is $12 per cigar and it will be offered in 12-count boxes.
The cigar will debut at the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show which begins July 25 in Las Vegas.
Nomad is distributed by Boutiques Unified.