Travelers can now stuff their suitcases with plenty of both The days of swilling smuggled rum and smoking illegally procured cigars are over: President Obama has officially lifted restrictions on Cuban rum and cigars.
Starting Monday, U.S. citizens traveling to Cuba will no longer be limited to bringing back just $100 worth of tobacco and alcohol. Instead, Cuban rum and cigars will now be subject to the same duties as alcohol and tobacco from other countries.
Americans traveling to Cuba will be allowed to bring home more of the communist-ruled island's coveted cigars and rum under new measures announced by the U.S. government on Friday to further ease trade, travel and financial restrict...
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President Obama has removed all restrictions on importing Cuban rum and cigars to the United States. Previously, Americans were limited to only...
U.S. citizens traveling abroad can bring home all the Cuban rum and cigars they want.