The Room101 San Andrés cigars are a 2012 release form Matt Booth and Camacho Cigars. This installment is wrapped in a natural Colorado Maduro San Andrés wrapper, which is grown by the Turrent family in Mexico. Medium in strength, this new blend is a departure from the taste profile normally associated with the existing Room101 lines. The Room101 San Andrés was blended without the use of Dominican fillers. Rather, they focused on using some of the best raw material that the El Corojo farms in Honduras had to offer. This ultimately narrowed the tobacco that could be used, so the decision to use Corojo and Criollo for the core of the blend. The result is an incredibly complex and diverse new addition to the Room 101 lineup.