Riverside Cigar Shop & Lounge in Jeffersonville, Ind. is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a new, limited edition 5 x 55 size of the Nat Sherman Timeless Collection.

The store will be releasing the cigars tonight as part of an in-store event with Michael Herklots, vp of Nat Sherman, who will be conducting one of his blend component seminars.


Riverside Cigars Nat Sherman Timeless 5x55 cigars

The new size uses what’s known as the Timeless Dominican blend, a Honduran wrapper over Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers with a Dominican binder, which is produced by Quesada Cigars at the company’s factory in Licey, Dominican Republic. It comes in five-count boxes, with 555 boxes being produced for a total run of 2,775 cigars. Each of the five-count boxes sells for $49.99, and the store will be making any remaining boxes available to both walk-in and phone orders after tonight’s event, with a purchase of four or more boxes getting an additional 15% discount.

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.

Images courtesy of Jeff Moutet/Riverside Cigar Shop & Lounge

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