|Shapes||Corona, Corona Grande, Double Corona, Robusto Extra, Rothschild|
Epoca’s bolder brother.
Nat Sherman is one of the most prolific American tobacco companies. They got their start in New York City all the way back in 1930, and they’re still slingin’ fine stogies today, nearly 90 years later. Their track record speaks for itself, as does their commitment to producing only the finest products worthy of bearing the family name. This is evident in all of their creations, and the newest name to join this illustrious portfolio is certainly no exception.
The Nat Sherman Epoca Reserva is the first line extension of the Epoca, and goes against the grain of their usual releases. While most of their portfolio falls in the mellow-medium category, the Epoca Reserva sits at a heavy medium-full. This is due to a bold blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers beneath a Dominican binder and wrapper, all selected to provide strength without sacrificing a bit of smoothness or taste.