|Room 101 LTD One Shot One Kill (Room 101 LTD OSOK)|
Room 101 Cigars is getting ready to ship it’s fifth blend in the brand – the Room 101 OSOK (One Shot One Kill).
2011 was a breakthrough year for Room 101 Cigars. The brand realized a lot of the initial potential that was laid out with two top ten cigars for the year – the Room 101 Namakubi and the Room 101 Connecticut. As a part of the promotion for those two cigars, Room 101 founder, Matt Booth launched a Cigarmageddon tour. As a part of that tour, some pre-release samples of the OSOK began surfacing.
The OSOK gets its name from photographer Edgar Hoill, who was involved with Booth has worked with in the past. Hoill’s nickname is “One Shot One Kill” for his precision accuracy around taking photographs.
The Room 101 LTD OSOK is now the fifth blend in the Room 101 line. It is intended to be a limited release – with 10,000 cigars (1,000 boxes) being made per vitola. The packaging is a natural satin box that does not use a clasp or hinges. Each cigar in the box is wrapper in a “paper bandana”. There are QR Codes under each band link and the back of the box that link to Room 101 Cigars’ Facebook page. The cigars itself is positioned medium to full in strength.
The timeframe for arrival to select retailers should be in the near future.
Honduran tobacco plays a key role in this release. The blend consists of the following:
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Honduran Corojo Seco
Filler: Corojo and Piloto Ligero (Honduran and Dominican)
Three diadema vitolas will be released. The dimensions are the following:
Filero: 52 x 42 x 4 1/2 (SRP $8.00)
Trucha: 30 x 50 x 19 x 6 1/2 (SRP $10.00)
Chingon: 60 x 44 x 8 (SRP $12.00)
The Room 101 Cigar web-site has additional photos of the OSOK line.
Here is a full information sheet from Room 101 Cigars web-site describing more detail about the OSOK.