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Room 101 10th Anniversary

Room 101 10th Anniversary

Room 101 10th Anniversary 1600 900 Giuseppe Mitolo

In 2019, to celebrate the brand’s ten years, Room 101 created the 10th Anniversary, a Toro size sold in 500 20-count boxes. The blend details have remained partly confidential. We know with certainty that it was made in Estelì (Nicaragua) at Tabacalera AJ Fernandez and that a Rosado wrapper, cultivated in Nicaragua, is used. The rest of the blend remains a secret.

Room101 10th

Visually, this Room 101 is rolled in a Colorado shaded wrapper. It is quite smooth to the touch, with little veins. The overall construction and the filling are more than good. The draw is regular.

  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua
  • Size: 52 x 152 mm (6″)
  • Wrapper: Rosado (Nicaragua)
  • Binder: n/a
  • Filler: n/a
  • Price: $ 10 | € –
Room101 10th

Room 101 10th Anniversary: unlit, delicate notes of cocoa and spices can be perceived, but also a more evident vegetal note.

Room101 10th

Once lit, the cigar is balanced, with a delicate, but fleeting, spicy sensation. The flavors develop around camphor and Brazilian walnut, wiht nuances of cellulose and earth. Strength is medium – light (2/5).

In the second third, the sapid component gives way to a slight bitter note. Flavor-wise, the cigar changes towards notes of wood, nuts and metal, while cellulose increases in intensity. Strength increases slightly, becoming medium (3/5).

The last third appears to be a very long continuation of the second third, where the only change is the nutty note, which loses in intensity and moves to the background. Strength remains medium (3/5).

Overall, the Room 101 10th Anniversary starts out well. The unusual flavor profile of the first third and the delicate balance, makes for a unique cigar, that evolves little by little. Even the beginning of the second third seemed promising. However, the metallic note that appears, added to an almost inexistent evolution between the second and the final third, makes for a good cigar, but it is not as special as one would expect of a product that should celebrate the brand’s tenth anniversary.

Rating: 86

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