Roma Craft's Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 uses the same Indonesian Besuki binder and Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers as the other Intemperance BA and Intemperance EC lines, but it distinguishes itself with an Ecuadorian Habano ligero wrapper for a rich, complex, and full-bodied smoke.
The name is a reference to a protest against the Washington administration's distilled spirits tax. The insurgency turned violent and lasted from 1791 to 1794, when it was finally put down by the newly established United States government — its first true show of strength and defence of laws since gaining independence. Each vitola is named after a prominent government leader who was involved in the engagement as a tribute to the historical event. The 4 1/2" x 50 Jefferson is available here.