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News: Room 101 El Mas Chingon for Famous Smoke Shop

Press-Release:
Famous Smoke Shop is a leading online distributor of discounted premium cigars. The company specializes in offering the web’s widest selection of cigars at the lowest prices. Famous has just released a new cigar line in collaboration with Room 101 cigars. The new release is Room 101 El Mas Chingon cigars, and they are exclusively available at Famous Smoke Shop. The first shipment has just arrived at the company’s warehouse and is currently available for sale on their website. The company has expressed that the new brand will be available in limited quantities due to the supply of rare tobaccos used to blend the cigar, but is not a one-time release and will be a consistent offering for the foreseeable future.

The Room 101 El Mas Chingon is another addition to Matt Booth’s already wildly popular cigar line, and seeks to be one of their best cigars yet as this young blender moves up the ranks in the cigar industry. This blend will be made in small batches and production on the brand will be limited, with each one measuring at a 60 ring gauge.

Room 101 El Mas Chingon cigars utilize a blend of rich tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Honduras for perfectly balanced spice, sweetness, and tobacco, with a deep earthy follow-through. The cigar wrapper is a well-fermented, naturally semi-spicy, Ecuadorian Habano leaf that complements this well-balanced cigar for a great complexity with flavors that come and go throughout the entire smoke. This is a medium-bodied cigar that will appeal to smokers who enjoy bold flavors without enduring a lot of strength. It’s great for those who enjoy mild cigars wanting to explore heavier cigars, and a comparable offering to those who enjoy stronger cigars.

“This is a cigar for the ages,” said Famous Smoke Shop Executive Editor Gary Korb. “From the moment I lit up this cigar, I knew it was going to be special. I typically enjoy everything Room 101 releases, and the El Mas Chingon has the potential to become the company’s all-star stogie. What’s even more impressive to me is the sheer variety in terms of sizes along with a low price tag. It is sure to attract cigar lovers because of the multiple sizes offered, and keep them coming back through its affordability.”

The El Mas Chingon is available in four sizes – a 4 1/2 x 60 Rothschild, a 5 1/2 x 60 Robusto, a 6 1/2 x 60 Double Toro, and a big 7 ½ x 60. With Famous’ full box discount pricing, customers can enjoy this new offering with individual retail prices that range from $6.50 to $8.00 per cigar.

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Joshua Child

Joshua Child

Just an impostor in the cigar game who's only goal is to provide an unpretentious outlet for smokers. Other than cigars he enjoys people of substance, dogs, pugilism, and barrel aged spirits.

  • William Burke

    I wonder if Famous realizes they’re selling a cigar named “The Most Fuckable”?

    • http://www.cigarmemoir.com/ Joshua Child

      From my google search I found this Yahoo answer:
      The verb “chingar” is literally the “F word” in Mexican Spanish, but like in English the word can mean a lot of different things (good or bad) depending on the context. Obviously, like in English, it’s not a word you use with everyone as it can be seen as offensive even when it’s used to mean something good, but between 2 friends it can be a compliment. In this case, it’s a compliment, it literally means he’s “f-ing awesome”. Sometimes “chingon” will even be used as a nickname for people.

      • http://www.cigarmemoir.com/ Joshua Child

        So in this case William, I believe it’s more like saying the most fucking awesome. Or the baddest, coolest, best. I don’t think it means the most fuckable, but either way they’re basically getting away with using a slang cuss word from another language hahah

        • William Burke

          I guess I just have a dirty mind!

          • http://www.cigarmemoir.com/ Joshua Child

            You’re an impure scoundrel William Burke!