Today we spend some time with Fred Rewey, brand owner and founder of Nomad Cigar Company. In this interview, Rewey talks about his core line Dominican as well as the all-new Nicaraguan LE Lot-1386 – enjoy!
Chinnock Cellars Cigars – We first discovered Chinnock Cellars at the 2010 IPCPR convention in New Orleans. Since that time we have watched them continue to grow and gain momentum across the country. Brian Chinnock is not only the man behind the cigar, he also owns Chinnock Cellars vineyard and winery in Napa California. Continue reading
Esteli, Nicaragua – Nomad Cigar Company is pleased to announce a new fall Nicaraguan blend called the Nomad S-307. The cigar scheduled to be released in September/October (2013) and will be made available to Nomad authorized retailers. Continue reading
Charlotte, NC – Yesterday I had an opportunity to sit down with Fred Rewey, owner and face of Nomad Cigar Company. During our informal conversation I was given a chance to smoke his new Limited Edition blend which hails from the great country of Nicaragua – the soon to be release Nomad Esteli LE Lot-1386.
Rewey’s current core line is a rock-solid Dominican blend. We reviewed the Nomad Navigator back in February and were very impressed with its draw, flavor and over-all quality and construction. Since that time, Nomad has been a hit with select B&M shops who tend to focus their attention on boutique cigars.
One of the newer cigar lines to hit the market in the last 12 months comes to us from Nomad Cigar Company. Those of you who follow the cigar industry via Twitter are probably well aware of Nomad founder Fred Rewey’s @GodFadr handle. Fred is truly a cigar activist, passionate about the industry and always engaging online with manufacturers, retailers and consumers alike.