Room 101 OSOK 212 NYC –
Photo linked from Cigar Inn Facebook page

Room 101 Cigars is bringing back the its OSOK (One Shot One Kill) cigar.  The cigar is being dubbed the Room 101 OSOK 212 NYC.  This time it will be a retail exclusive to Cigar Inn in New York, NY.  The new release will feature two new vitals of the OSOK not previously available.   This information was published on Facebook by Room 101 founder Matt Booth and Cigar Inn.

OSOK gets its name from photographer Edgar Hoill, who Booth has worked with in the past.  Hoill’s nickname is “One Shot One Kill” for his precision accuracy around taking photographs.  The line surfaced last year as an event only cigar before being released as a limited release earlier this year.

According to Booth’s Facebook post, the cigar will be a “Super limited one shot run”.   No specifics on the quantities were issued.   

The Room 101 OSOK comes in a unique diadema shape wrapped with each cigar wrapped in a paper bandana. Earlier this year, we assessed the Room 101 OSOK in the Trucha vitola and scored it a 91.  The Trucha was one of three diadema vitolas released with.  While the Trucha size is not included in the run, the Filero and Chingron vitolas will be returning.

Blend Profile

There were no specifics on the blend and whether if it is different than the original Room 101 OSOK.   Here is the blend information from that original Room 101 OSOK.

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Honduran Corojo Seco
Filler: Corojo and Piloto Ligero (Honduran and Dominican)

Vitolas Available
The following are the four vitolas that were announced was a part of the relaunch for Cigar Inn.   In addition to the return of the diadema shaped Filero and Chingron, there will be two parejo shapes being released.  The Roon 101 OSOK 212 NYC includes a footer band with the number “212”.  The “212” represents the area code for New York.  Room 101 Cigar fans will note that area codes are a staple of many of the Room 101 lines.
Chingonazo: 6 x 60 (Parejo)
Pedaso 6 1/2 x 54 (Parejo)
Filero: 52 x 42 x 4 1/2 (Diadema)
Chingon: 60 x 44 x 8 (Diadema)
Here are the original three diadema vitolas released earlier this year:
Filero: 52 x 42 x 4 1/2
Chingon: 60 x 44 x 8
Trucha: 30 x 50 x 19 x 6 1/2