Nomad S-307 (Cigar Coop Photo)

Nomad Cigar Company has officially launched the Nomad S-307, the company’s first full production cigar made in Nicaragua.  The announcement was made via a press release by the company.

Just prior to the 2013 IPCPR Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nomad Cigar Company founder Fred Rewey announced the S-307 project.  For this project, Nomad collaborated with Tabacalera Fernandez in Esteli, Nicaragua.  
Back in August we did a detailed preview of the S-307. The cigar features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, an Ecuadorian Habano binder, and Nicaraguan filler.  It is being launched in three frontmarks – each packaged in boxes of 21.
In terms of the name, the “S” represents the Sumatra wrapper of the cigar.  The 307 represents the approximate square mileage in Nicaragua.
In a press release announcing the S-307 launch, Rewey said:  “I am really excited to get this one in the hands of cigar aficionados. I received a ton of great insight and encouragement from some industry icons in Nicaragua. I am just taking it all in, learning, listening, and enjoying the journey.  I try and surround myself with really smart and experienced colleagues. I am always learning new things. New techniques, new aging methods, new blends. I am thrilled Nomad cigars are so well received, it has been awesome journey so far and I look forward to the future.” 
The S-307 becomes the third release by Rewey and Nomad Cigar Company.  It joins the Dominican made Nomad core line and the Nicaraguan made limited edition Nomad LE Esteli Lot 1386.

Nomad Cigars are distributed by House of Emilio.