Nat Sherman Panamericana began as a shop-exclusive blend for the legendary Nat Sherman Townhouse in New York City and has slowly expanded over the years to be sold exclusively through TAA-approved retailers across the country.
The cigars are named for the great Pan-American Highway system, which connects the upper and lower-most regions of the Americas (the world's longest "motorable road"). For this special blend, Nat Sherman has incorporated tobaccos of Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica—with the Pan-American Highway running through all three countries.
Panamericana is rolled at the highly respected Plasencia Cigars factory in Estelí, making use of an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and fillers of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The blend is medium to full-bodied, showing great balance and complexity, with flavors of freshly cut cedar, black pepper, medium-roast coffee beans, black cherry, and a subtle sugary sweetness.