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Full Article - Click HereA New Jersey company has been working a loophole in the U.S. embargo on Cuban cigars: It sells a line of Havanas made from Cuban tobacco that has been sitting in a Florida warehouse since before the U.S. banned imports in 1962.
This is interesting. I haven't seen these exact smokes, but I know the same story is attached to a line made by Gurkah.
I know it's natural to be quite skeptical, when hearing these "stories". I will tell you, however, that I have had the Gurkha sticks and they are so good that it is easy to believe they are Cuban tobacco. They are very pricey at $18 a stick. If you read the above article, you will see that this guy in NJ is retailing his between $10-$15.
Any other experiences or opinions on this?