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this is a discussion within the Everything Else Community Forum; Originally Posted by Crusader Can you get the real Cohiba anywhere in the US or would that be against the trade embargo against Cuba? No, you can't get the genuine Cohibas, but you can get cigars that were harvested in ...

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Old 03-22-2013, 06:59 PM   #11
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Re: Official Cigar Thread - whatcha smokin'?

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Can you get the real Cohiba anywhere in the US or would that be against the trade embargo against Cuba?
No, you can't get the genuine Cohibas, but you can get cigars that were harvested in other countries (Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, etc) using Cuban seed.

I'm not convinced that cubans are any better than cigars from other countries, but I believe the embargo has definitely romanticized the value of getting a cuban cigar.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:56 PM   #12
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Don Lino Maduro 1989 I will be trying this one today. I've got about another 25 different kinds right now so I will let you know about each and maybe we can get a rating system going for the boys and girls of B and G
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I smoke cigars occasionally. 3-4 times a year. Black and Mild is a hand rolled cigar that is inexpensive(comparitively). It has a nice after flavor and the smell won't run people off. My buddy, his girl friend and I were smoking some this past weekend on the beach at Flora-Bama.
Of course, my favorite cigar is a blunt.
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I'm really not a cigar afficianado, but I suppose I would like to be, it's one of those man-cave things. Back when I was running over to Canada 6-7 times a week for my kid's sports, I used to buy Cubans & smoke 'em because you couldn't get 'em in the US. Not that I knew what I was smoking, just that is was a 'Cuban'. I'll have to follow the thread and get edu-macated, .
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Old 03-31-2013, 05:59 PM   #15
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The Don Lino Maduro 1989 is mild. burns smooth, but just a cigar.

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