Ferio Tego is bringing back the Timeless collection, with shipments starting this week. The Prestige, which was first released in 2012, features a Honduran wrapper, Dominican binder, and filler tobaccos from Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. It comes in 20-count boxes and released as a 6 x 60 Gordo ($12), 6.25 x 52 No. 2 Torpedo ($11.50), 7 x 48 Churchill ($11), 5.5 x 54 Hermoso ($10.50), and 4.75 x 50 Robusto ($9.50).
The Timeless Sterling debuted in 2013 and combines Dominican fillers and binder tobaccos with an Ecuador-grown Connecticut wrapper. Presented in boxes of ten cigars, the initial offering of Sterling includes the 7 x 48 Churchill ($14.50), 5.75 x 46 Corona Gorda ($13.50), 4.75 x 50 Robusto ($13), 6.5 x 43 Dalias ($12.75) and the 5.5 x 42 Marevas ($11.50).
Both lines are manufactured in the Dominican Republic by Quesada Cigars.
“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,” Michael Herklots, co-owner of Ferio Tego, said in a statement.
The company in August announced it will release its namesake brand in October.
Ferio Tego is distributed in the U.S. by Davidoff of Geneva USA.