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Q: Where can I find cuban cigars in Chengdu? Are there bars, pubs or clubs that sell?

6 years 48 weeks ago in  General  - Chengdu

 
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Best Cuban's shopping is in HK.

One spot is in Tsim Tsa Tsui, on Nathan Rd., big Hotel on the L hand side, if you're heading S (toward the sea), one or two blocks, before you'll hit the ocean. I forgot the name, but they have Cigar Room on the 4th Floor.

 

I bought once single MC in one small Shenzhen store. It was too dry, and some 40% more expensive than in above mentioned HK Hotel.

 

There might be some humidor shops in Beijing and Shanghai, big hotels are usually stuffed with Cuban cigars.

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Best Cuban's shopping is in HK.

One spot is in Tsim Tsa Tsui, on Nathan Rd., big Hotel on the L hand side, if you're heading S (toward the sea), one or two blocks, before you'll hit the ocean. I forgot the name, but they have Cigar Room on the 4th Floor.

 

I bought once single MC in one small Shenzhen store. It was too dry, and some 40% more expensive than in above mentioned HK Hotel.

 

There might be some humidor shops in Beijing and Shanghai, big hotels are usually stuffed with Cuban cigars.

Look at Yahoo-gle with the same Q in search.

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