Room101, owned by prominent cigar personality Matt Booth, has a long history in the cigar industry, with the majority being closely tied to Camacho Cigars and parent company Davidoff throughout the 2008 to 2017 timeframe, when Booth pulled the company from the cigar industry. His retirement was short lived and after six months off, Matt Booth and Room101 returned with a pair of collaborative projects (Hit & Run and The T.), working in partnership with rising stars Robert Caldwell and A.J. Fernández. This set the stage for the Farce, Room101's stand-alone line, which was later followed by the Farce Connecticut.
The Room101 Farce Connecticut and the Room101 Farce have a similar core blend and flavor profile—the main difference being the wrapper of the Farce Connecticut. The Connecticut has, unsurprisingly, an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, being rounded out by an Indonesian binder and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. This blend creates a sweet and spicy flavor profile with notes of nutmeg, honey and white pepper. Because of the mild and nuanced wrapper choice, the Farce Connecticut is exceptionally smooth, allowing for the perfect morning smoking session and early afternoon treat—best paired with creamy coffees and teas (in our opinion).