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Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano ligero

Binder: Indonesian Besuki

Filler: Dominican & Nicaraguan

Size: 5 x 56


The Whiskey Rebellion, for those non-history buffs out there, took place from 1791-1794. The fledgling American government imposed a tax on whiskey; the first tax on a domestic product post-Revolution, which riled up the whiskey manufaturers in Pensylvania. To Skip Martin of RoMa Craft, the cigar represents "...two things. First, that we must resist tyrannous taxes and regulations, and second that this resistance is not futile." Wherever you stand on taxation and tobacco legislation, this cigar from RoMa craft is well worth stirring up a little rebellion in you. Wrapped with an Ecuadorian Habano ligero wrapper over an Indonesian Besuki binder and Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers, give the Whiskey Rebellion a try today!

RoMa Craft Intem. WR 1794 Bradford

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