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Doomsayer Passive by Room 101 Cigars

This cigar isn't THAT disastrous

By
Cory Allen
on
The Breakdown
Wrapper
Ecuadorian Habano
Binder
Indonesian
Filler
Honduran, Nicaraguan, Pennsylvanian
Vitola (Size)
Gran Toro (6 x 55)
Manufacturer Region
Dominican Republic
Release Year
2019
Price (USD)
7.50
Construction

Smooth caramel wrapper. Surprisingly oily and light in the hands. this is a great looking cigar for the $$

Burn

Superb draw couple with great smoke production. a bit of an uneven burn line but nothing hindering.

Flavors
Pepper
Wood
Espresso
Cream
Fruit
Price Opinion

Underpriced

90.0

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Highly recommended

This may sound counterintuitive but what I disliked about this cigar in some regard is what I liked about it. i didn't find this cigar to be incredibly expressive in terms of flavors, until the final 3rd, but in this experience I enjoyed the fact that it was even keeled and somewhat subtle. It wasn't overstated but maintained a great sense of balance. It was the Xanax I needed in the moment! Sometimes a nice hit down the fairway is best, and that is what this cigar delivered. $7.50 is the price paid for this thicc beauty, making it a really good value. This cigar won't cause you to ponder too much about the smoking experience itself, but it will do a great job of clearing your mind for a little while.

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Our Community's Score
Brand
Room101

Room101 Cigars was founded in 2009 with the intent to honor the craft and rich history of cigar making whilst applying a progressive approach to both blending and product design. From its inception, the Room101 brand quickly garnered the respect and intrigue of cigar traditionalists as well as a newer breed of enthusiasts in the early stages of what was to become an era of “boutique” brands.

Author
Cory Allen
Host of The Hot Ticket Podcast. Cory isn’t your prototypical cigar smoker. He’s a testament to today’s modern smoker. Having smoked his first cigar at the age 18, he immediately gained an affinity for this seemingly exclusive pastime, and specifically one that is not popular amongst those categorized as "Millennials" Today, Cory continues to indulge in some of the most highly rated and regarded cigars in the industry and is always seeking to get his grubby little hands on the next great smoke.