Hand in hand with their Connecticut release, the boys at RoMa Craft also introduced their darker version, the Intemperance. This cigar showed the world that these guys are serious and here to stay. It is hand rolled in the Nica Sueño factory in Nicaragua under the watchful eye of Skip Martin. Like its mellower counterpart, the BA features vintage Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos for its filler. This is followed by a flavorful Indonesian binder. The big difference here is the addition of a dark and oily Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper. This combination of tobaccos makes this smoke medium to full in body. It has notes of leather, cocoa, espresso, and a subtle sweet spice throughout. When you first light it up, you know you are smoking something memorable. Enjoy the Intemperance BA and the whole RoMa Craft line today.