...so, back in the days before computers, and after the embargo, how did someone who liked cuban cigars, lived in the US, and didn't travel internationally, manage to come up with sources to feed his/her passion?
Not looking for any sources, just curious how things were done in the "olden" days.
I have often wondered the same thing. I always thought they were just far harder to get in the states. Of course when I was younger, it was still legal to bring back two boxes from Cuba (and only Cuba) if you were lucky enough to get to travel there.
For all the kids who'd rather flame than talk, I refuse to post.
Well if you had a telephone and a number for a trusted store and didn't mind international charges it could be done. Those sources were so special they wouldn't take a new customer without a reference.
Umm I read about this of course.