Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
Jeremy Irons, March/April 2013
Thanks for those beautiful magazines. I wish, though, I had come across your November-December magazine earlier. For now there is a fresher issue, but anyway, allow me to say that I did find your Wrong About Cuba Again editor’s note in that issue awfully off mark.
In the face of 50 years of failed U.S. policy against Cuba—a policy repudiated by the entire international community and certainly supported by increasingly fewer people in the U.S., including Cuban-Americans—the idea should not be for the U.S. to continually try something else that might more effectively undermine the system in Cuba. The main goal of any serious policy by any serious, peace-seeking (and not imperially guided) government ought to be respectful coexistence with its peace-loving neighbors.
At some point, the U.S.’s stubborn and imposing idea of what Cuba needs to do must cease. Cuba should be left alone to choose its own political and social path, just like any other nation.
Press Officer/Cuban Interests Section
Our Top 25 Cigars of 2012 set off a deluge of responses, questions and barbs in the social media universe. Instead of letters, we wanted to give you a glimpse of what was said.
@CigarAficMag went elite this year for the #Top25
compared to last year.
@CigarAficMag Really? A RoMeO for No. 3? No Palate
Congrats to @MyFatherCigars Well Deserved #1 Spot on @CigarAficMag Top 25 list
#1 Cigar of 2012 by @CigarAficMag: “Flor de las Antillas Toro” http://joec.co/UL1fAP | Looks like I have a new one to add to my list.
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