The Nat Sherman Host was Nat Sherman’s house cigar at his weekend home. What did Mr. Sherman prefer? Well, these cigars are mild to medium-bodied and much more than your average Honduran stogie. Given the provenance, it’s not surprising that this cigar achieved and maintains a bestselling status. It has a shade grown Connecticut wrapper with Honduran filler and binder from Cubano seed. There are notes of sugar and spice within a woodsy tobacco taste. Available in five vitolas, the Nat Sherman Host is a great cigar to break out and share when it’s time to do nothing but relax with friends and family.