Matt Booth, the founder of the Room 101 Brand and Room 101 Cigars, has a lot going on. From premium jewelry to premium cigars, from being a guy to hanging out with Guy Fieri, Matt must never sleep. Oh, and he blended today's cigar, the Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale.
The Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale has a familiar-looking Ecuadorian Habano wrapper with a couple of water spots on it. Other than that, it's a great-looking cigar, and it made me wonder why Room 101 would call this cigar a joke, ie. “farce.”
On the cold draw, I tasted plenty of cedar and got a good amount of resistance. Post light, the flavors reminded me of Aganorsa's tobacco and were creamy and smooth but still reminiscent of an IPA or other hoppy beer. However, the smoke's aroma was absolutely fantastic.
Is the Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale any good? We're about to find out.
Brand: Room 101
Size: 6 x 42
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaraguan, United States
Smoke Time: 52 minutes
Through the middle of the Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale, the flavors were quite good, even if I found some of them to be a little funky. The draw was good, as was the burn, so a good middle third to this cigar.
Overall, I enjoyed the Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale. It was a good cigar with great construction and a solid price point.
Regarding the flavors, they weren't quite a home run for me, but I did enjoy them. The Farce has spice and smoothness and even a little bit of creaminess.
I quite enjoyed the Room 101 Farce Original Lonsdale, and it earns a CigarScore 5.