It is the opium in the best Havanas which enslaves the smokers more than the tobacco.
From a score of clear Havanas the air received its paradox of clouds.
I have a box of Havanas over at the custom house that I forgot to bail out.
A box of mellow Havanas appeared from a cabinet: imported cigarettes from a smoking stand.
Your maternal grandfather was noted for his wine cellar, and he bought his Havanas by the thousand from Fribourg and Treyer.
She tendered me a chair; while her husband opened a sideboard, and brought forth a box of Havanas and a decanter of Scuppernong.
Beyond that point wicked men sell Manila cigars with fancy names for ten, and Havanas for thirty-five, cents.
It must have been a huge box, a trunk almost, if one could judge from the number of havanas which it kept on supplying.
He had long since given up plug and fine-cut and taken to fat Havanas, which he smoked audibly, in plethoric wheezes.
She tendered me a chair, while her husband opened a sideboard, and brought forth a box of Havanas, and a decanter of Scuppernong.