Matt Booth and the Limited Cigar Association are at it again, and we’re super-duper excited to bring you this extremely-rare release! (Available Friday December, 4th 2020!) The Room 101 Death Bucket 2 is available in extremely-limited quantities beginning this Friday when our shop opens!
This is a completely-different cigar, and we hope you get a chance to give it a try! Be sure to tag us @camerooncigars when you take that incredible shot, and use #cigarsontrade on instagram!
Ernie fired one up (for product testing of-course : ) ) and really enjoyed it!
The cigar differs from the original release in many ways:
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Filler: Nicaraguan & Honduran
This cigar is fantastic. It has a very-familiar Davidoff ‘church basement’ flavor and aroma (Ernie’s words, not ours….) As the smoke matures, we found more of a subtle, floral sweetness. While the cigar is flavorful and vivacious, the underlying notes are restrained and polished. As a self described lover of rich, decadent maduros, Ernie was skeptical when he fired the DB2 up, but was absolutely blown-away by the cigar he experienced. We’re definitely proud to bring this one to market, and hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
One last reminder: we only received 75 of these beauties, so you’ll want to visit the shop today to get your hands on them before they’re all gone!
We’re very excited, in partnership with the Limited Cigar Association and Privada Cigar Club, to bring two new blends of: Paul Stulac El Nuevo Comienzo to our market!
Paul StulacEl Nuevo Comienzo
Exclusiva – An LCA-only prerelease of a cigar that won’t be available regular production until 2021! Arriving in a 5 1/2 x 54 robusto vitola, the blend features a Connecticut Broadleaf Wrapper, Nicaraguan Corona 99 Wrapper and full-bodied Nicaraguan fillers!
The Privada Limitada is a totally unique LCA exclusive blend that will never be released again! This blend, shipping as a 5 x 54 robusto vitola, features a Mexican San Andres Wrapper, mysteriously-sourced Habano 2000 binder and Nicaraguan Fillers, completing a well-rounded medium + cigar!
Expect these cigars to go quickly; we’ve got an extremely-limited supply available
The Paul Stulac El Nuevo is expected to release to wider audiences in boxes of 20, ranging from $12-14
We partnered with the Limited Cigar association in early 2020, and are excited to offer our guests access to rare, pre-release and exclusive cigars!
In-case you hadn’t heard, when Saka released the Sobremesa Brûlée, a hearty portion of controversy accompanied it onto retailers’ shelves!
The eternal debate: is it sweet-tipped, or is it not?
In his ever-so-witty fashion, Steve Saka followed up consumers’ quest to discover the truth with an epic, blind sampler: enter STFU!!!
I am tired of telling people that Sobremesa Brûlée is NOT sweet tipped, many agree, but others do not believe me. So how do I prove a negative? Simple, I let you taste, compare, contrast and decide for yourself. Included [in the sampler] are 5 identical cigars of the Brûlée blend with the only difference being there are 3 versions included: Unadulterated aka normal Brûlée, sweet tipped and double sweet tipped. But here is the catch: I am not going to tell you which is which until September 15th, 2020 via Facebook live on our DTT page. So smoke ’em, debate about it and decide for u’rself!
Steve Saka – Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
So what are we doing about it? Each day next week, Patrick and I will sit down, smoke one of the sampler cigars, and debate which is which! Tune in on YouTube, or in the embedded video below!