Cigar News: Nat Sherman Brings Back Epoca Brand

Cigar News: Brings Back Brand

The long discontinued brand has been resurrected by and is scheduled for a late spring release with a new blend and new identity. The original was a clear Havana cigar, meaning it was produced in the United States before the embargo and used imported Cuban leaf.

is an extremely important part of our story and history, as it was our entrée into the cigar industry,” said William Sherman, executive vice president of . “There would be no without , and we are thrilled to introduce our customers to a brand that means so much to our legacy.”

The line, which has been in development for more than a year, is manufactured by Quesada Cigars in the Dominican Republic and features an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper around Cuban-seed Nicaraguan and Dominican tobacco.

“The blend for is a tribute to the experience of what it was like to smoke premium cigars in the 1920s and ‘30s,” said , vice president of retail and brand development for .

Source: Cigar Aficionado

Cigar News: Brings Back Brand