Room 101 Farce Maduro
Some argue that the Mexican San Andrés Maduro wrapper is as popular as the Connecticut broadleaf Maduro. We're not sure if that's true, at least not yet. The San Andrés Maduro is heavy and sweet like the Connecticut broadleaf, though the growing regions are quite different, resulting in different flavors. The San Andrés Valley sits 4,000 feet above the Gulf of Mexico, where the climate is cool with no lack of freshwater or soil enriched from volcanic activity. This results in thick tobacco leaves which are excellent for wrappers and binders. Since this thick leaf has what it takes to make it through higher temperatures during fermentation, it is a fantastic choice for a Maduro wrapper.
The flavorful Room 101 Farce Maduro cigar quickly gained popularity after it hit shelves in 2019. Light one up, and you'll find notes of dark cocoa, fruit, roasted coffee, and red pepper. It's not too often that a cigar reps the United States with not one but two types of tobacco, like the Room 101 Farce Maduro cigar. Don't miss this delicious Maduro with a patriotic twist tucked deep inside.
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Room 101 Farce Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Dark cocoa, fruit, roasted coffee, red pepper.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People looking to smoke tobacco from two of the lower 48 states with a bitchin’ wrapper from our neighbors to the south.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Let’s keep the American theme going here and pair the Room 101 Farce Maduro cigar with Two Stars Bourbon. This small batch Kentucky bourbon ages for a minimum of four years, has won several awards, and is straight up delicious.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
While watching 4th of July fireworks or simply enjoying your freedom.
So far, so good for this fine cigar.