Nat Sherman is the brand name for a line of handmade cigars and “luxury cigarettes.” Nat Sherman first opened its doors in 1930 in Manhattan’s Garment District and today the flagship Nat Sherman Townhouse is located in the heart of Manhattan at 12 East 42nd Street.
Celebrating 85 years in operation this year, the family-owned-and-operated Nat Sherman brand has weathered the trends of decades to remain the preeminent American brand of cigars. The townhouse itself has been a favorite hangout of everyone from Frank Sinatra to former mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Nat Sherman has announced a limited edition cigar being released in celebration of the company’s 85th anniversary, a 6 1/2 x 54 toro extra called the Nat Sherman 85th Anniversary. The cigar is being made at The Quesada Factory in the Dominican Republic and uses a Dominican wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and filler to create a full-bodied and balanced flavor. The cigar was created as a collaboration between the Sherman and Quesada families as a celebration of the company’s “incomparable past while looking toward the future,” according to a press release.
The cigar will sell for a suggested price $19 per stick and $190 per box.