Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
Groucho Marx, Spring 93
(continued from page 11)
I think of my past 50 years--cigars have always been there--starting with Gold Labels, moving to Bering, then Macanudo, Partagas, Dunhill and now Cohiba.
The one thing I know after tonight: I want to spend the future enjoying evenings like this, including a Cuban in my hand.
Perhaps with the high income of your readership, some kind of lobbying effort could be started to make it possible for Cuban cigars to be sold in the U.S.
After all, we trade with almost all of the world despots and dictators already!
The people of Cuba perhaps would be better off, and rather than a bloody revolution, a peaceful conversion to democracy in Cuba could be accomplished. I'm ready to help, should such an effort be started.
I cannot wait for the next issue--even if it is frustrating not to be able to try many of the cigars you review.
Many, many years of health and success!
Tom Evans Jr.
Managing Director, Bear Stearns
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