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Nat Sherman 1930 Collection Rothschild cigar review


Brand History:

From their humble beginnings in 1930, in the heart of New York City’s Garment District, Nat Sherman has become one of the most recognized and sought-after brands in the premium tobacco industry. Still family owned and operated, their multi-generational commitment has infused a passion for being a service-centric company, which extends not only to their customers, but also to their business partners and the extended family of Nat Sherman employees.

True to its heritage, the Nat Sherman Flagship store, known as the “Townhouse,” is located on 42nd Street, just off Fifth Avenue, in New York City. It is a legendary oasis that welcomes international clientele seeking a uniquely timeless and memorable experience. It has remained an esteemed New York family business for many years and for New Yorkers in-the-know, it is a quintessential local landmark. Nat Sherman has existed for over 80 years, and their commitment to excellence, quality and service is timeless.


The Rothchild had a light, oily brown wrapper that was smooth to the touch and evenly colored. It had some tooth along with a light aromatic smell of earth and spice. The pre-light smell was also quite rich.


Journey Profile:

First quarter – you will find a very smooth and effortless draw that allows plenty of smoke through to your palate. It delivers full flavored characters right at the start.

Second quarter – it is unquestionably alluring and consistent with plenty richness.

Third quarter – there is a good amount of cedar along with some creamy texture that grows in strength. Nice spices developed through the nose and there was some great texture on the palate.

Fourth quarter – the Rothchild really picks up into full flavors that lasts through to the end.

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Final Thoughts:

The Nat Sherman 1920 Selection Rothchild has excellent overall construction with an even and slow burn. It produces plenty of dense smoke with great aroma and it leaves a tight gray ash of earthy, rich tobacco character. Overall, it is an extremely well made and complex cigar that delivered good flavor and a nice balance.


Myron Gooch Sr.

 Smoked at: Man Cave.

Time Smoked: 1 hour 30 minutes.

Cost: $11.00

Wrapper: Habano Ecuador

Binder: Nicaragua

Filler: Nicaragua

Size: 51/4” x 54

Rating: 91

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