Most Cuban Cigars Sold in the US is Fake

Cigar Aficionado estimates that 80 to 90 percent of Cuban Cigars sold in the United States are counterfeit cigars.

Due to its geographic location, South Florida is considered to be the capital of counterfeit Cuban cigars in the United States.

 

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  1. Source: Christina Hoag, ” Stamping out counterfeit cigars” , Miami Herald, April 24, 2006.

    Source: James Suckling, “Cuba’s Cigar Summit,” Cigar Aficionado,May/June 1999,(accessed: June 8, 2005).

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