Whiskey Rebellion 1794, is a limited-edition line created by the Roma Craft Company, to honor the farmers of western Pennsylvania, who protested against including whiskey within the articles to which the tax on any product was applied.
The elaboration of this line is carried out in Nicaragua at the Nica Sueño factory, using Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers, a Besuki binder from Indonesia and a wrapper of Ecuadorian light Habano. Its packaging shows us a variety of brown tones and a special brightness generated by the oil that emanates from its leaf.
In cold, the aromas that predominate are dark cocoa, spicy, floral notes, sweet caramel, coffee, malts, and cedar, raisins, cream and black liquorice. This Habano combines flavors such as coffee, land, red pepper and cedar at the beginning of the experience. By making the fire, it shows us a particular creamy that gives it a lot of softness on the palate.
At the time of evaluating the behavior of your body and strength, start with a mild intensity that is gradually intensifying throughout the experience.