Ferio Tego Metropolitan Host cigars mark the return of one of the most popular cigar lines ever produced by the now defunct Nat Sherman Company. Ferio Tego is the new company founded by Michael Herklots and Brendan Scott, two former Nat Sherman employees that purchased the rights to the Nat Sherman brands with the stipulation that they never use the Nat Sherman name on any of their products. These rebranded premium cigars are expertly rolled in Honduras using the finest hand selected Honduran binder and long filler tobaccos covered by a stunning golden-brown Connecticut wrapper. You can expect a medium bodied smoke with creamy textured notes of leather, cocoa, and spice, accented with plenty of natural tobacco sweetness. Ferio Tego Metropolitan Host cigars lack the original Nat Sherman name, but there’s nothing lacking when it comes to its smooth and delicious Nat Sherman- style flavors.
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