Ferio Tego hits the market this month with the Timeless Panamericana and Timeless Supreme.
The Panamericana made its debut in 2014 as part of the Nat Sherman International Townhouse line and features fillers from Costa Rica and Nicaragua with a Nicaraguan binder and an Ecuador-grown Sumatra wrapper.
It comes in a 7 x 48 Julieta ($14.50), 6 x 60 Gordo ($14), 5 x 50 Epicure ($13) and 5.5 x 52 Belicoso Fino ($12.95), packaged in 10-count boxes.
Timeless Supreme, first released in 2012, is a collection of box-pressed Nicaraguan puros. The Supreme are packed in boxes of 21 cigars and will be released in a 6 x 60 660 ($12), 6 x 52 652T ($11.50),7 x 50 749 ($11) and 5 x 54 554 ($10.50).
The releases complement Ferio Tego’s flagship namesake limited releases, and the Dominican-made Timeless Collection blends, Sterling and Prestige, released earlier this year. .
“We are thrilled to complete the Timeless Collection with the return of Panamericana and Supreme to the market.” Ferio Tego co-owner, Michael Herklots, said in a statement. “We continue to work closely with our manufacturing partners and our retail partners to thoughtfully launch Ferio Tego and restore these blends to the humidors of those who have enjoyed them for so many years.”