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RoMa Craft Tobac
Not only is Skip Martin celebrating his 50th birthday, he’s celebrating being in his 50s with Quinquagenario.
The company’s fourth Intemperance blend is named after the Volstead Act, the law created to enforce prohibition that went into effect in 1920.
Prerelease reviews are back! Sort of.
The ninth vitola in RoMa Craft Tobac’s Baka line celebrates the 25th anniversary of a notable retailer.
The sixth addition to RoMa Craft Tobac’s CRAFT line is also its most ambitious, with 10 different blends in each box, each adorned with its own unique exterior design.
The Intemperance WR 1794 Lee III is the final new release in RoMa Craft Tobac’s El Catador de Las Gran Coronas, a 16-count sampler is made up of two each of eight different blends in the same 5 3/4 x 46 vitola that the company calls a “gran corona.”
In its latest El Catador sampler, RoMa Craft released gran corona versions of eight of its blends, three of which were new sizes, including this Intemperance BA XXI Contempt.
The Intemperance EC XVIII Reverence is one of only three new cigars packaged in RoMa Craft Tobac’s El Catador de Las Gran Coronas that began shipping to retailers last month.
In June 2016, RoMa Craft Tobac released a new European-exclusive creation dubbed Wunder|Lust that included four different vitolas. According to co-owner Skip Martin, the name…
Wunder|Lust, a line that is part of the RoMa Craft Tobac portfolio, debuted in 2016 as an exclusive cigar for the European market, and in…
For the fourth consecutive year, RoMa Craft Tobac has released a limited edition cigar—err, cigars—under the simple name CRAFT. It’s an obvious play on the company’s…