After details were finally announced for Ferio Tego’s first products, the company has now announced the rollout for portions of the Timeless brand, which it acquired from Altria after the company closed the premium cigar division of Nat Sherman in 2020.

The first Timeless cigars under Ferio Tego will be the Timeless Prestige and Timeless Sterling, both of which are rolled by the Quesada Cigars factory in the Dominican Republic. Timeless Prestige originally launched in 2012 as the Nat Sherman Timeless Collection, later being renamed to Timeless Dominican before taking on the modern Timeless Prestige name. The Timeless Sterling was released in 2013, then falling under its own Nat Sherman Sterling brand. This cigar was consolidated into the Timeless collection with a rebrand in 2018.

“Our commitment and the commitment of our manufacturing partners is to continue to deliver premium cigars of the highest quality and equally important consistency,” said Michael Herklots, co-owner of Ferio Tego, LLC. “The Timeless Collection blends are the same, and what matters more, the experience of the blends are exactly as they were, and the manufacturers who have been carefully crafting these blends since their inception remain unchanged.”

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Timeless Prestige features a Honduran wrapper, Dominican binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. This remains unchanged from the cigar’s previous iteration with Nat Sherman, only tweaking the sub-band to read “Exclusively for Ferio Tego” in place of the former “Nat Sherman.” The cigars are shipping now in five formats:

  • Gordo: 6” x 60 | $12.00
  • No. 2 Torpedo: 6¼” x 52 | $11.50
  • Churchill: 7” x 48 | $11.00
  • Hermoso: 5½” x 54 | $10.50
  • Robusto: 4¾” x 50 | $9.50

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Timeless Sterling is also unchanged, using all-Dominican binder/fillers and being wrapped in an Ecuadorian Connecticut leaf. This cigar was originally billed as a “return to elegance,” veering from the modern trend of larger-gauged cigars with more traditional formats and a focus on flavor over strength. The cigars will ship alongside the Prestige in five formats:

  • Churchill: 7” x 48 | $14.50
  • Corona Gorda: 5¾” x 46 | $13.50
  • Robusto: 4¾” x 50 | $13.00
  • Dalias: 6½” x 43 | $12.75
  • Marevas: 5½” x 42 | $11.50

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The company states that the remaining Timeless cigars, as well as the Metropolitan Selection, will become available soon.

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