Press Release: Nomad Cigar Company Releases Two New S-307 Sizes

Estelí, Nicaragua (Jan 6, 2014) – Nomad Cigar Company is pleased to announce the release of two additional sizes to the S-307 cigar line.   
The S-307, a box pressed Sumatra wrapped cigar, was originally released in late 2013 in three sizes and enjoyed significant success from the start – landing on several “Best of 2013” lists. 
The initial sizes in 2013 were: 
Toro (6×50)
Robusto (5×50) and
Torpedo (6 1/2 x 52)
The two new 2014 sizes available in the S-307 line are: 
6 x 58 and
Corona (5.5 x 44) 
 “I am really excited about the response to the S-307 and glad to provide two additional sizes in the line. With quality tobacco, five different size choices, and a great price point, I feel that we hit the target on this line,” said Rewey. 
Nomad Cigar Company launched in 2012 with four sizes of classic hand rolled Dominican cigars and quickly grew the [DR] line to seven sizes. In January 2013 founder Fred Rewey ventured to Nicaragua; blending and creating the Estelí Lot 1386 and the S-307. 
The S-307 is Nomad’s first “full production” Nicaraguan cigar. It was blended and produced at Tabacalera AJ Fernandez. The “S” in the name stands for “Sumatra” while the “307” is in reference to the approximate square miles of Estelí, Nicaragua. 
Both new sizes (as well as the original sizes) are in stock and shipping immediately. 
Contact:
Fred “Godfadr” Rewey, Nomad Cigar Company
Twitter: @Godfadr
Phone: 855-MYNOMAD (or 855-696-6623)

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Comment by Smokin Logan (Man Angel #1) on January 6, 2014 at 9:52am

Already have it in the store. Fred doesn't mess around when he says it is ready to ship :)

Comment by Cigar Coop on January 6, 2014 at 10:47am

I want to commend Fred for how he has been getting his press information out to the media.  One thing I really like is how Fred keeps the channels of communication going.  He gives you a little more to chew on each time - and most importantly he reaches people who can take the baton and go further.  

I wish more cigar companies would follow Fred's lead here.

Comment by Drew S on January 6, 2014 at 11:19am

Looking forward to trying the corona

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