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bill.u

Member
Well I live In Australia
so no problem in getting cubans here although the import duties are disgusting. In saying that can anyone direct me to a few cuban stores ? :) or should i be posting somewhere else ?
 

Napa_Smokes

Well-Known Member
Well I live In Australia
so no problem in getting cubans here although the import duties are disgusting. In saying that can anyone direct me to a few cuban stores ? :) or should i be posting somewhere else ?
We don't discuss Cuban sources on this board. Since you're in Australia you shouldn't have an issue finding legitimate sources locally or from people in your neck of the woods that smoke.
 

Reuben

Well-Known Member
Yes indeed! And the state department even states we are allowed to bring 100 sticks home for personal use (there is alot of other detail in the statement but this Is the just of it)
 

CMontoya79

Newb Le professional!
As this discussion is taking place in the Sources section. I will kindly remind folks, it is imperative to...TRUST YOUR SOURCE. If you know nothing about Cuban cigars and come back to the US with garbage in a glass top or that you acquired from someone selling you on a story that they know the person’s, cousin’s, mailman’s, niece, works at the factory, you are smoking fakes.
 

Reuben

Well-Known Member

Here is a link where you can find the info. Essentially $800 worth of goods duty free from cuba including 1 liter of rum and 100 cigars. More than this and you will pay a duty tax of 4% the value of the goods
 

bfreebern

Yada, Yada, Yada.

Here is a link where you can find the info. Essentially $800 worth of goods duty free from cuba including 1 liter of rum and 100 cigars. More than this and you will pay a duty tax of 4% the value of the goods
That's not the point of this discussion. We don't discuss sources here.
 

Reuben

Well-Known Member
As this discussion is taking place in the Sources section. I will kindly remind folks, it is imperative to...TRUST YOUR SOURCE. If you know nothing about Cuban cigars and come back to the US with garbage in a glass top or that you acquired from someone selling you on a story that they know the person’s, cousin’s, mailman’s, niece, works at the factory, you are smoking fakes.
I would personally only purchase from Las Casas del hubanos stores
 

Reuben

Well-Known Member
If I were you, I'd stay away from "Las Casas del Hubanos" stores. I'd say those stores sell 100% fake anything, if that's their business name.
Oh ok. I haven't been to Cuba yet, but I'm planning on going soon. I will have to figure all this out. My research thus far showed the safest way to avoid fakes was to shop at the official stores. Obviously I have alot of research to do.
 

bfreebern

Yada, Yada, Yada.
Oh ok. I haven't been to Cuba yet, but I'm planning on going soon. I will have to figure all this out. My research thus far showed the safest way to avoid fakes was to shop at the official stores. Obviously I have alot of research to do.
Nevermind, I guess what I was trying to point out to you, didn't come across. Dad jokes don't always translate, especially to my kids.

The official stores aren't "Las Casas del Hubanos". Look up LCdH on google search and you'll find that the official stores are:

La Casa del Habano
 

Reuben

Well-Known Member
That's what happens when you type spanish words on your cell phone. The the auto corrects and puts it's own words in
 
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