Ferio Tego has announced two new small-format sizes for the Timeless Prestige line, which are now shipping to retailers.
The new sizes are dubbed Timeless Prestige No. 4 and Timeless Prestige Divinos, being sized at 4½” x 40 and 5? x 32/50/36, respectively. Both shorter in format, the cigars are described as “just in time for the colder months and busy holiday season.”
The Timeless Prestige dates back to the line’s debut with Nat Sherman in 2012, then known simply as Nat Sherman Timeless. The cigar was later renamed Timeless Dominican (following the introduction of the Timeless Nicaraguan) before being overhauled into the Timeless Prestige in 2018. This was all prior to Nat Sherman closing its doors and Ferio Tego acquiring the line in 2021.
Despite the various changes, the cigars have remained the same, boasting a Honduran wrapper, a Dominican binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Production has remained at the Quesada family’s factory in the DR since the line’s debut.
The new sizes follow the 6¼” x 38 Especiales size that debuted earlier this summer, which is said to have sold out immediately and is slated to return. As for the Divinos and No. 4 sizes, the cigars are shipping as of today, being packaged in boxes of 20 and priced at $12.50 (Divinos) and $9.25 (No. 4) MSRP.
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