Fred Schrader, owner and proprietor of Schrader Cellars, teamed up with Michael Herklots of Nat Sherman to create a cigar that appeals to both the Schrader wine enthusiast as well as cigar aficionados. The result is the Schrader MMXIII.
These limited edition cigars are made in the Quesada Factory in the Dominican Republic. They're made with a filler blend of Nicaraguan, Peruvian and Dominican tobaccos. Both the binder and wrapper are Dominican. The cigars have been aged for over two years!
In 1960 Joel Sherman started working at his family's business, Nat Sherman in New York. Over fifty years later Mr. Sherman is still there, only now he is the president and CEO of Nat Sherman. To honor the service and commitment to Nat Sherman and to celebrate his 75th birthday the special Joel Sherman 75th Celebration was created. These exquisite cigars are rolled in the Quesada factory in the Dominican Republic and feature a blend of select Dominican tobaccos, a rich Dominican binder and a stunning Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper leaf. Nat Sherman only made 2,500 boxes of these special limited edition cigars.