The Locker Lowdown in Havana
Posted: May 4, 2011 12:00am ET
This is day four of my week-long trip to Havana, Cuba. I've been here all week with Gordon Mott on assignment for Cigar Aficionado.
During my trip I've visited just about every quality cigar shop in the city and toured three cigar factories. I've done quite a bit, but there's still more to do.
Most of the cigar shops are Casa del Habanos, stores that have a serious selection of Cuban cigars, comfy chairs for smokers, and a bar serving Havana Club and other fine spirits. And many have lockers.
If you're a serious Cuban cigar lover, having a locker in Havana is the ultimate indulgence.
Imagine a place to store your favorite box purchases, with superb humidity, in a secure facility, and upon each visit to Cuba your cigars will be waiting for you. Sounds good, right?
I shot this video at the Casa del Habano at the Havana Libre hotel, a real nice cigar shop.
Cuban cigars taste better in Havana. When they age carefully in your locker, what could be better?
Take a look:
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