|Shapes:||Corona, Double Corona, Gordo, Lancero/Panatela, Robusto|
83 years and counting.
A lot when down in 1930. Pluto was named and discovered. The first red/green traffic lights were installed. The first color sound cartoon was made, and many more. The list goes on and on. It also marks the founding year of one of the most influential cigar brands, Nat Sherman. Born in the Big Apple, Nat Sherman continues to churn out some of the most consistent handmades around.
The 1930 Collection represents not only the birth of Nat Sherman cigars, it also marks one of the company’s strongest cigars to date. Known for years for their mild, creamy creations, the 1930 puts on a different outfit. And who better to answer the call for such a blend than Manuel Quesada. Hailing from his Dominican based factory, this is not your 'everyday' Dominican blend. Thanks to rich Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers, a feisty chestnut-brown Dominican wrapper, and a bold Dominican binder, this medium to full-bodied blend dazzles. Cocoa, pepper, and spices join forces with that hallmark Nat Sherman smoothness. 1930 Collection brings a lot more oomph and flavor than ever before to the Nat Sherman table.
Nat Sherman 1930 Collection received a well-deserved 90-rating noting: "A well-made, herbal cigar with prominent woody character. It burns and draws well, developing nuttiness and notes of brown sugar."
For a limited time, enjoy a FREE Nat Sherman Display Clock (worth $200) with any qualifying Nat Sherman box purchase. It's time for savings!
Nat Sherman has been one of the most sought after brands in the world since they opened their doors in 1930 in New York City. If you have ever visited their store you probably noticed the iconic clock above the door being watched over by two Indians. This replica is a display clock that closely resembles the origional with a few added details. Replacing the numbers, the inside of the clock reads “Nat Sherman” and around the edge of the clock reads “Tobacconist to the world since 1930”. Below the clock is the New York address for the Nat Sherman office and a Surgeon Generals Warning. Crafted with great detail, this classic time piece will make for a great gift for any tobacco enthusiast.