Not one, not two, but three Room101 exclusive releases have landed at The Humidor of Wichita, Ks.
This Saturday, Room101 founder Matt Booth will be on hand to oversee the formal launch of the three cigars, which includes the final entry into Room101’s Ichiban Series. Launched last year, Ichiban gave eight different stores a single size of a particular blend. The final one is the Ichiban Chignon, a 8 x 44 x 60 diadema.
Production is limited to 1,000 boxes of 10 cigars, with a price of $13 per cigar.
Like the rest of the Ichiban Series releases, it uses an Ecuadorian wrapper, a Nicaraguan criollo 98 binder and Nicaraguan criollo 99 fillers.
Also exclusive to The Humidor is the Room101 Nappy B, an exclusive line that the company says is three years in the making. It’s a take on the limited edition Daruma blend, though this cigar uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper instead of the Ecuadorian habano leaf normally found on the cigar. In addition, the cigars were aged for an additional year after rolling.
It’s offered in two formats: Nappy B Papi Chulo (4 x 42, $6.50) and Torpedo (6 x 54, $9.50). Production is limited to 100 boxes of 50 for the Papi Chulo and 300 boxes of 20 for the Torpedo.
Room101 is distributed by Davidoff of Geneva USA. Its cigars are produced at Oettinger Davidoff AG’s Agroindustria LAEPE S.A. in Danlí, Honduras.