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Q: Cuban cigars in Beijing?

Is there a place where I can buy real cuban cigars in Beijing? I've seen some places, but they were really fishy. There are counterfeit cuban cigars everywhere in the world, so surely China isn't an exception to that. Problem is, the best way to spot a fake is to actually smoke it, but I don't want to waste money on fakes... halp?

8 years 17 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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why are george bushes( plural form or bush ) so obssessed with cuba?

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I don't know, although it is probable a political belief, although pwesident Clinton and Obama didn't lift the Cuban embargo either.

This is why I really want to enjoy a Cuban cigar while I drink a glass of wine and my Chinese girlfriend gives me a back massage. I could never do such a thing back in 'Merica because of the embargo, so I figured I would do it in China, as I believe there is no Cuban embargo here.

Can you halp with a trusted place to buy cuban cigars?

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Getting halp from moar and moar people is like spin-o-rama high-fiving new friends on answers.echinacities.com with a tip of the hat finishing move.

 
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Import your own. They will be fresher and much, much cheaper.

http://www.cigarsforless.com/

Just never order more than 80 in one month or you will pay one hefty import duty

This has been my source for several years.

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I have to agree with Martin1947 sometimes is easier to find authentic cuban cigars online. I ordered a box of Montecristo No2 at cigarofcigars.com and boy this Montys are good. Is there a better picture of the true pleasures of life than what Pouitne described Im so jealous right now...

 

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