Cigar Aficionado Returns to Cuba

Executive editor Gordon Mott and senior editor David Savona spent the week of May 1 in Havana, the home of Cuban cigars.

The duo reported on the latest Cuban tobacco industry news and explored Havana's drinking and dining scene.

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Patrick Clayton Suffolk, VA, United States, April 29, 2011 8:13pm ET
When are you guys NOT reporting from Cuba?! Lucky!
Taylor Franklin May 1, 2011 3:35am ET
I'm sure many readers would like to read Jack's musings from La Isla.
Harold Locay Ocala, FL, USA, May 20, 2011 4:21pm ET
I was in Cuba last week. On a medical mission trip.
I did get to smoke one Cuban Cohiba. It was perfect.
Otherwise it was all work and no play.
My parents were born and raised in Cuba. Beautiful people
But do to communism it is still a disaster.
Average income is $9 US per month.
Nadeem Yousaf Springfield, VA, USA, May 24, 2011 8:32am ET
I was trying to find a legal way to travel and experience CUBA and I hit some good news. Below is the link to an Associated Press article:

Excellent stuff

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