What’s old is new again has been one of the most consistent themes of the cigar industry for the last few years. That usually means companies bring back old cigar lines as new products, but sometimes it means a lot more. Last year was the final year of Nat Sherman as a cigar company, but now the cigars themselves are coming back.
Two Nat Sherman veterans—Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott—bought the assets of old Nat Sherman, just not the Nat Sherman name itself. That means (eventually) the various Nat Sherman brands like Timeless and Host will return to shelves as part of the new company, Ferio Tego. For now, the duo is focusing on an entirely new line, also called Ferio Tego.
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