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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.
With the release of the Revenuer, it leaves just two Intemperance Volstead VO 1920 vitolas that have not yet shipped.
The company’s fourth Intemperance blend is named after the Volstead Act, the law created to enforce prohibition that went into effect in 1920.
Unlike every other RoMa Craft Tobac cigar released before, this cigar was not made at Fábrica de Tabacos Nica Sueño S.A. Instead, Skip Martin traveled to the Dominican Republic to work with Ernesto Perez-Carrillo Jr. on a cigar for Martin’s 50th birthday.
The first CRAFT Maquette cigar celebrates becoming a grandfather.
It’s the end of an era for CroMagnon. Due to supply issues, the blend will change for 2024.
RoMa Craft is back with a bigger booth once again, and a couple of new cigars.
Prerelease reviews are back! Sort of.
The full launch of the new line is scheduled for this summer. The line uses tobaccos from four countries and is designed to be on “the lighter side” compared to most of RoMa Craft Tobac’s blends.
The cigar is named after John D’Oliver, a RoMa Craft Tobac employee.
The ninth vitola in RoMa Craft Tobac’s Baka line celebrates the 25th anniversary of a notable retailer.