Date: May 2021
Author: Inspector Z

Nat Cicco adds two Aniversario 1965 sizes. The Nicaraguan made Nat Cicco line comes in a Churchill, Robusto Grande, Robusto, Torpedo, and Toro. And now two new sizes join the line-up. Those are a 5½x46 Corona and a 6½x60 Double Toro. Both new sizes are box-pressed. Cigar Aficionado gave the Nat Cicco Aniversario 1965 Churchill a 92 rating and the #18 spot in the Top 25 of 2018.

 The new sizes share the same blend as the old sizes. It is a blend of Nicaraguan filler and binder. The wrapper is Ecuadorian Habano. The line debuted in 2012 and is the top of the line for Nat Cicco. Nat Cicco is known for its factory rejects, budget-friendly cigars. The brand is around since 1965. The cigars come from the factory of Omar Ortez, AgroIndustrial Nicaraguense de Tabacos S.A. This factory is located in Condega, Nicaragua.

 Zander-Greg

 Nat Cicco is part of the portfolio of Zander-Greg. This is a tobacco wholesaler from California. More recently they also acquired the EPIC brand from Dean Parsons. Parson is now working for Zander-Greg as the brand ambassador for Epic.

 The distributor is a one-stop-shop for tobacconists all over the United States. They not only carry Nat Cicco and Epic, but also plenty of other brands from other manufacturers. Besides premium handmade cigars, they also deal in roll-your-own tobacco, cigarettes, snuff, pipe tobacco, and accessories. 

 

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