U.S. Lifts Limits on Cuban Cigar and Rum Imports
The United States continues to make strides in rebuilding democratic relationships with Cuba by lifting special import restrictions on the amount of cigars and rum citizens can bring in from the island-nation. Americans were previously restricted to importing solely $100 worth of the popular Cuban goods, leaving many Cigar-enthusiasts to search for loopholes to bring in product to the states. Though visitors can now bring back unlimited cigars and rum, re-selling is still illegal and online orders are not allowed. The regulations will also allow for U.S. companies to import Cuban pharmaceuticals. Will you be making a trip to Cuba soon? If so, make sure to bring back some goodies!