Nat Sherman's Metropolitan Host Selection was home to perennial best sellers adored by cigar lovers everywhere. Sweet and easy-going, the cigars were perfectly suited for all tastes. So, it was devastating for many when the Nat Sherman brand was shuttered. Yet former Nat Sherman VP Michael Herklots and CFO Brendon Scott garnered the rights to the Nat Sherman blends and rereleased the cigars under their Ferio Tego brand. One of these rescued smokes is the popular Ferio Tego Metro Host Hampton.
The Metro Host Hampton retains the original classic recipe of a Honduran binder and filler tobaccos hidden beneath a silky Connecticut wrapper leaf. The handsomely crafted 7" x 50 cigar delivers a pleasingly balanced hour and a half or so smoke.
The Ferio Tego Metro Host Hampton stirs the senses out of their slumber with the wrapper's delectable natural sweetness. As the cigar is set to flame, the sweetness gives way to broad strokes of cedar, creamy, herbal, and spice flavors. Natural tobacco nuances take center stage as the mellow smoke concludes with a satisfying and refined finish.
The Ferio Tego Metro Host Selection Hampton is an ideal choice for those wanting a mild yet intensely flavorful smoke in a Churchill or Double Corona size that won't break the bank. Enjoy the Metro Host Hampton daily, whether at the cigar lounge, relaxing in the backyard, or out on the golf course.