Ferio Tego introduces the Secreto to its Timeless Panamericana line, a petit corona that encapsulates the blend's essence efficiently. Crafted in Nicaragua with a mix of Nicaraguan and Costa Rican fillers and an Ecuador-Sumatra wrapper, it's priced at $10 per cigar.
Ferio Tego unveiled its first regular production line, the Ferio Tego Summa, at the PCA trade show. The Summa blend utilizes tobaccos from three countries and is noted for its balance and intensity of body and flavor.
Up until now, Ferio Tego’s new cigars (not originally Nat Sherman) were limited to annual limited releases, Elegancia and Generoso. Now, the company has announced their first core line under the flagship brand, Ferio Tego Summa.
Ferio Tego is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Timeless Collection with a Limited Edition Release. The original Nat Sherman Timeless launched in 2012. It was the first blend that Michael Herklots created and launched from start to finish, so it has a special place in his heart. The Ferio Tego Timeless 10 Years will come in just one size, a Robusto Grande that measures 5.75” x 54. It will come in 10-count boxes, of which there were only 2,500 made. The cigar is rolled by Quesada Cigars in the Dominican Republic. The blend uses a Dominican wrapper, Dominican binder, and Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers.
"While milder than I tend to reach for, this cigar is quite satisfying. The sum of its parts, in the end, is better than each individual third. The aroma of this cigar is great and would likely not drive away someone otherwise opposed to cigar smoke. It will certainly raise questions from anyone passing by at the lounge. I do wish it could handle maintaining flavors whenever I put the cigar down for a rest. The frequency of puffing required makes this a pretty quick-burning cigar. I might not make this a regular smoke, but it is quite enjoyable" -Isaac M. (The Nothing)
Earlier this summer, Ferio Tego added a new size, Especiales, to the Timeless Prestige line. Now, they are ready to add two additional vitolas, the Divinos and the No. 4.
Ferio Tego is adding to the Timeless Prestige blend with the addition of a lancero vitola. The Ferio Tego Especiales measures 6 ¼” in length with a 38 ring gauge and is finished with a classic pig tail cap. The blend features a Honduran-grown wrapper, over a Dominican binder and fillers from Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
"The general consensus on this cigar is astoundingly good as it checked off almost all of boxes. The construction, burn, and draw were all perfect which made for an ideal smoking experience as I did not have to babysit or put any effort into smoking. The cigar absolutely shined throughout the first two-thirds with a cadence of flavors I've yet to experience together and was not only unique but most of all quite enjoyable. Had the final third not offered such an abrupt change in flavors I would have smoked this cigar down to a nub. Once its identity is revealed I will absolutely seek it out for another round. Should the ending be rewritten I could even see this cigar being a regular in my humidor." -Noah S. (Noah)
Ferio Tego has announced the return of their flagship lines, Elegancia and Generoso, for 2022. Both cigars will be in the same blends and sizes as their 2021 launch counterparts. Both cigars measure 6 x 50 in a toro size and come in custom, hand-made travel humidors of ten cigars. The humidors come with humidity control packs built into the lower compartment. The Ferio Tego Generoso made #9 on our Top 25 Cigars of 2021 list.
"This was definitely on the milder side for someone like me who likes a stronger cigar, but the flavors really shined. Citrus, lemon zest, orange peel, leather, and Graham cracker all melded together to create a very enjoyable cigar. I would definitely try this again, especially when the weather warms up. Thanks for the experience!" -Kevin J. (maninblack77)