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Any recent experiences of cigar shops and selection in Milan and Milan airport duty free? Would you buy boxes in the city or from the airport?

So far I've bookmarked following places

  • LCDH
  • Cigars and Co
  • Davidoff Cigar Specialist

 

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3 hours ago, larry said:

Any recent experiences of cigar shops and selection in Milan and Milan airport duty free? Would you buy boxes in the city or from the airport?

So far I've bookmarked following places

  • LCDH
  • Cigars and Co
  • Davidoff Cigar Specialist

 

I'm interested in this topic as well, as it's a potential place we're visiting on our honeymoon next year. 

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There’s a nice cigar shop in galleria vittorio Emanuele ( duomo area) that I couple of boxes of Bhk 52 from in ‘17. They had basic stuff at very reasonable prices ( with notable exceptions) 

theres a la casa del Habano shop as well but it was a bit far from where I was staying and I never went there to be honest 

it’s a nice city, enjoy your trip 

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Was in Milan in September 2019. Visited Noli in the Galleria. Lovely shop and had a reasonable selection. The LCDH in Milan is a bit outside the city centre, but is worth visiting. I bought the majority of my purchases there and found the owner super helpful. The selection was what you would expect from a decent LCDH, not sure what they had by way of aged stock etc etc. What I would say is that the guy who runs it is lovely and if you email him before going he will let you know what he has etc etc. There was another shop I visited but was unimpressed and can't even remember what it was called. If I was going again I would look out for whatever the regionals were as they can't easily be picked up outside the country. If in Italy I would be going for the RA Noella jar but mainly because I like Jars

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Thank you all will add Noli to the list.

What is the best way to transport cigars in airplane? I’m thinking of buying day before departure and putting boxes in ziplock bags with 69rh boveda in hand luggage.

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I like to keep the cigars with me in my carry on. A matter of a few days I don’t think the Boveda is necessary but certainly can’t hurt. 

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On 6/20/2021 at 4:24 AM, Cigarsmoker81 said:

There’s a nice cigar shop in galleria vittorio Emanuele ( duomo area) that I couple of boxes of Bhk 52 from in ‘17. They had basic stuff at very reasonable prices ( with notable exceptions) 

theres a la casa del Habano shop as well but it was a bit far from where I was staying and I never went there to be honest 

it’s a nice city, enjoy your trip 

I agree with this recommendation. I have visited this shop in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuel II many times. It’s a small shop that is easy to miss amidst all the shops and restaurants in the Galleria. So make sure you have the address in your phone GPS. 

 

The LCDH in Milano is located at Via Anfossi, 28. Italy also has two other LCDH, one in Rome and their newest shop, is the LCDH Napoli. Enjoy!

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Another vote for Noli based on my personal experience. Very friendly and great service. Bought a box and friend and I weren't happy with the sticks we smoked from it and they took it back and allowed us to exchange for another box, minus the two sticks. You can also look through the boxes and choose which ones you want.

MXP Duty Free selection was okay, nothing crazy.

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