People always ask me what my favorite cigar is. While that question is a pretty difficult one, I will tell you that RoMa Craft cigars are a staple in my regular rotation. They’re rich, complex, and ultra-smooth! Anyway, they've just released their highly-coveted Intemperance Volstead cigar, and it's already receiving tremendous accolades in numerous cigar publications, including a 90-Point Rating on Halfwheel.com! If you're looking for a new go-to, the juice is absolutely worth the squeeze- you can't go wrong with all-new Intemperance Volstead!
The RoMa Craft Intemperance Volstead 1920 cigar is a medium-bodied cigar that features an Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed maduro wrapper draped over a Mexican San Andres binder and a Dominican Republic Corojo and Nicaraguan filler. The VO 1920 cigar is a line extension to RoMa Craft’s popular Intemperance brand, and it offers a lighter smoking experience than the other brands in RoMa Craft’s wheelhouse.
The VO 1920 (or Volstead Act 1920) was a law that gave birth to Prohibition in 1920, which prohibited the making, importing, transporting and consumption of alcoholic beverages. The RoMa Craft Intemperance cigar brand was created to protest the anti-tobacco movement that has grown in the last 60 years. Each size in the VO 1920 line is named after a prominent figure from the Prohibition Era.