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RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion Washington (5.5x54 / Box 24) + 44% OFF RETAIL! + FREE SHIPPING ON YOUR ENTIRE ORDER!


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RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion Washington (5.5x54 / Box 24) + 44% OFF RETAIL! + FREE SHIPPING ON YOUR ENTIRE ORDER!

Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 uses an Ecuadorian Habano Ligero wrapper over an Indonesian Besuki binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Giving this cigar a full bodied experience with complexities of coffee, earth, red pepper and cedar. Its name refers to a protest over the taxes on whiskey by the U.S. government, the first time a domestic product had been taxed by the federal government. The protest lasted from 1791-1794 and ultimately ended when President George Washington rode to Pennsylvania to enforce the new law.

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RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion Washington (5.5x54 / Box 24) + 44% OFF RETAIL! + FREE SHIPPING ON YOUR ENTIRE ORDER!

Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 uses an Ecuadorian Habano Ligero wrapper over an Indonesian Besuki binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Giving this cigar a full bodied experience with complexities of coffee, earth, red pepper and cedar. Its name refers to a protest over the taxes on whiskey by the U.S. government, the first time a domestic product had been taxed by the federal government. The protest lasted from 1791-1794 and ultimately ended when President George Washington rode to Pennsylvania to enforce the new law.

RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion Washington (5.5x54 / Box 24) + 44% OFF RETAIL! + FREE SHIPPING ON YOUR ENTIRE ORDER!

Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 uses an Ecuadorian Habano Ligero wrapper over an Indonesian Besuki binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Giving this cigar a full bodied experience with complexities of coffee, earth, red pepper and cedar. Its name refers to a protest over the taxes on whiskey by the U.S. government, the first time a domestic product had been taxed by the federal government. The protest lasted from 1791-1794 and ultimately ended when President George Washington rode to Pennsylvania to enforce the new law.