Tourists pose for a photo while sipping cocktail at the Bodeguita del Medio Bar in Old Havana. Although certain brands of Cuban rum and soft drinks are on a U.S. prohibited list, Treasury has clarified that American travelers can still purchase them while in Cuba as long as they don’t buy directly from the manufacturers.
Tourists pose for a photo while sipping cocktail at the Bodeguita del Medio Bar in Old Havana. Although certain brands of Cuban rum and soft drinks are on a U.S. prohibited list, Treasury has clarified that American travelers can still purchase them while in Cuba as long as they don’t buy directly from the manufacturers. Desmond Boylan AP
Tourists pose for a photo while sipping cocktail at the Bodeguita del Medio Bar in Old Havana. Although certain brands of Cuban rum and soft drinks are on a U.S. prohibited list, Treasury has clarified that American travelers can still purchase them while in Cuba as long as they don’t buy directly from the manufacturers. Desmond Boylan AP

Do new rules on Cuba travel mean no rum in cocktails for American travelers?

November 10, 2017 12:46 PM