Room 101 cigars continue their Asian-themed cigars with the highly acclaimed blend Daruma...
If you're unfamiliar with Room 101 cigars, the brand showcases owner Matt Booth's stylish, unique, artistic designs—all influenced by traditional Japanese culture and American tattoo design. And one glance at Daruma will tell you, this is the best of the bunch. The name Daruma comes from hollow, round Japanese dolls that symbolize good luck and perseverance. And while a Daruma doll may be something good for a new cigar brand to have, Room 101 makes their own luck through well-crafted, balanced blends.
Made at the Camacho factory in Honduras, Daruma fits the mold of the factory: the blend has flavor. But don’t confuse that with an unbalanced cigar. Daruma contains a lush portion of Dominican and Honduran long-fillers that are then encased beneath a zesty Brazilian binder. The binder definitely adds some pop to the blend that is finished with a smooth Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. The end result is well-balanced medium to full-bodied blend ripe with notes of earth, leather, cashews, and hints of nutmeg on the finish.
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