Matt Booth's Room 101 cigars were an instant hit with deeply satisfying, complex characters. Room 101's success might have been assured, but Booth decided to head into early retirement, stunning the cigar industry and Room 101 fans alike. The pull of the cigar world was too much, though and Booth is back with a vengeance creating delicious cigars. One of the most buzz-worthy of them all is the Room 101 Ichiban series of value-priced bundle cigars.
Room 101 fans are familiar with the Ichiban name meaning "number one" or "the best" in Japanese, a name given to one of Booth's earlier limited production lines. It is an apt name for the Room 101 Ichiban Habano, a budget-friendly smoke tailor-made to please even the most hardened everyday aficionado.
The Room 101 Ichiban Habano Toro is a 6" x 50 creation built around a core of Brazilian, Nicaraguan, and Peruvian filler tobaccos. A sturdy Nicaraguan binder leaf and Nicaraguan Habano wrapper completer the Dominican-made cigar.
Ichiban Habano cigars unleash earthy and peppery notes supported by freely flowing hints of cedar, clove, toast, cinnamon, and sweet cream. The medium-to-full-bodied experience finishes with a flourish, making this exemplary Matt Booth offering a gratifying daily smoke to enjoy anywhere or anytime.