Namakubi is an ancient Japanese term that refers to slicing the head off of your enemy, particularly an enemy samurai. With Matt Booth’s Japanese influence and his very edgy style, he has made a delicious and intriguing cigar named Namakubi. This cigar is hand rolled using aged Dominican and Honduran long-filler tobacco. Its binder is a rich Honduran leaf while its wrapper is a dark and spicy Habano. It has a medium body but an intense flavor profile with notes of cedar, leather, and subtle spice throughout. The four perfecto sizes come in colorful boxes of 10 while the Papi Chulo is available in a box of 50. The Namakubi is certainly an eye-catching product, and one your customers are sure to enjoy.