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Telling the real Cuban from the fake won’t be easy. Counterfeit versions are everywhere. “Most people are not getting what they think are Cuban cigars,” said Roland Boone, tobacconist for the Buckhead Cigar Club in Atlanta. “Many are made in Mexico, wit
Overall a good article. Shame that your city council didn’t do any research or look at FACTS before summarily banning it. Report as inappropriateLikeReply rshacklefordDec. 8, 14 11:50 AM I can’t wait until the e-Coffee device becomes available. All t
Most people won’t travel on a regular basis to buy cigars, said Otero, who works at Guantanamera Cigars Co in Miami’s Little Havana. “If anything, it might create a cigar boom because it’s going to pique interest again.” Licensed American travelers to C
But the cigars won’t roll into stores just yet, and owners say they aren’t worried about any dip in business. “I don’t think they’ll be able to afford it. It’s not for the average customer,” said Erik Otero, who left Cuba when he was 3 and has been rollin
The $100 limit will certainly restrict the amount of each product brought back by travelers, as a box of 25 high-quality Cohiba cigars ranges from about $100 to as much as $500 in Havana currently. Prices for other Cuban cigars vary.
In an afternoon press conference, Ferguson, Mo. Police Chief Thomas Jackson said Wilson did not initially make a connection between the robbery and Brown,whose death spurred violent protests and unrest in the St. Louis suburb over the past week. Wilson
The description didn’t match the intimidating man in the red St. Louis Cardinals baseball hat, white T-shirt and khaki shorts on a convenience store surveillance tape strong-arming a much smaller storekeeper as he marches off with a box of cigars. That t