docbp87:Oh man. I would cream my panties touring Chateau de la Fuente and the Davidoff compound. Getting weak knees just thinking about it. So. Much. Win.
1. Don't buy cigars on the beach....
2. Don't buy cigars in souvenir shops
I bought a box of Romeo Y Julieta in a souvenir shop when I was there a few years ago. When I opened the box, there were 24 cigars (it was labeled as a box of 25) and the cigars smelled like horse manure.
In Bavaro, I found this small cigar roller in the mall. He rolled his own smokes there and they were amazing. He opened a new box and let me smoke a sample from that box before buying. It was called Diego Cigars... Highly recomend him.
The other place I recommend is Don Lucas Cigars. Our resort organized a trip out to the factory where we were given a sample and shown around. Large walk-in humidor on the second floor with an amazing selection of sticks.
badge54fd: Large walk-in humidor on the second floor with an amazing selection of sticks.
Diamondog: badge54fd: Large walk-in humidor on the second floor with an amazing selection of sticks.
Only his sticks or other brands?
Mostly his brand, but he did have a decent selection of other Dominican sticks. I do remember seeing RyJ in sampler packs.
granneja:How were the prices at Don Lucas? My wife and a few friends and I are going to be going in May. Any other suggestions in Punta Cana?