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  • RoughscotsmanRoughscotsman Posts: 39
    Lol!! There's always business somewhere, Just make sure it's not the holidays ;-)
  • docedwardsdocedwards Posts: 319
    Hope you're enjoying the forums and blogs. It's a great place to learn.
  • RoughscotsmanRoughscotsman Posts: 39
    I sure am. I'm sadly overexcited about my new 'hobby' if you can call it that. Trying to learn as much as possible and this seems to be by far the best place.
  • Jetmech_63Jetmech_63 Posts: 3,451 ✭✭✭
    Damn! Scotland eh? Is it hard getting cigars over there or do you have a pretty good selection at the stores?
  • RoughscotsmanRoughscotsman Posts: 39
    I only know of one store selling cigars near me and it's actually a whisky store so isn't much use to be honest :( Still I'm glad I found C.com, it's still much cheaper than using the uk online stores that I'd came across first.
  • sightunseensightunseen Posts: 2,130 ✭✭
    Based on what I've learned from sol, it's probably cheaper to buy from Ccom and pay the premium on shipping because cigar taxes in the UK are outrageous.
  • RoughscotsmanRoughscotsman Posts: 39
    Yeah it's sad. You know it's bad when things can come half way across the world and still be cheaper. Damn taxes.
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