Airports Queue to Fly to Cuba

Maybe another step towards legalization of Cuban cigars in the USA?

Apparently, airports all across United States are presurring the US Government and Travel Board to add more ports of entry to handle additional flights from Cuba.

There is also lots of local support from Latin Americans to gain access to Cuba and naturally Cuban goods -in free and clear manner.

The locals suggest that the Cuban Missile Crisis are over and it’s time to move on and welcome free trade with Cuba.

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Cuban cigars rating feature added

Vancouver Cigar Company is proud to introduce the ‘Cigar Review’ feature.

Now you can join the Vancouver Cigar Community and share your thoughts about your favorite cigars (or not so favorite) on our site with other fellow Cuban cigar smokers.

So how can you start reviewing cigars?

For example:
You decide that you want to tell everyone how you really feel about Cohiba Corona Especiales.

1. Simply click the appropriate cigar brand (example: Cohiba) from the left sidebar under ‘Cigars by brand’.

2. Click on the cigar Reviews button displayed below – this can be found under the price of the cigar.

3. Add your review, your name and your email and press ‘Submit Review’.

That’s it.

Our staff will read through your review and approve it within 24 hours.

Each review must be approved to make sure no one is abusing the system.

Now you can share your comments and reviews, and discover new Cuban cigars in the process.

Welcome to the Vancouver Cigar Community!

Habanos SA releases the Montecristo Open line

Habanos SA launched their new extension line to the Montecristo brand, called the Montecristo Open, earlier this year, and the Vancouver Cigar Company is happy to announce that we have received our first boxes.  With an overall Golf theme behind the Open line, each cigar is banded with the signature brown/cream Montecristo label, and also with a new green label with gold type. Each size comes in boxes of 25.

The Montecristo Open line consists of 4 new sizes: the Eagle at a large 5 7/8″ x 54 is similar in size to the Cohiba Siglo VI but slightly thicker, the Master at 4 7/8″ x 50 is basically a robusto-sized cigar, the Regata is 5 1/3″ x 46 and has a tapered end making it a thin belicoso, and lastly, the Junior is a quick 4 1/3″ x 38.

The intention of Habanos in launching the Montecristo Open line is to attract a new, young affluent clientele who enjoy the finer things in life, including sailing, golf, and of course smoking fine Cuban cigars. The Montecristo Open blend has a slightly milder flavor than the regular Monte’s, and early reviews indicate that they tend to burn faster, and with more smoke that many other Cubans. It is a great new concept by Habanos to encourage us all to enjoy our smokes in nature’s Open places.