SINEWY BLONDE: “In the advent of the biggest drought in Cuban history, the amount of harvested tobacco leaves had become increasingly scarce. The Reina del Mar, a cargo ship exporting goods to the continental United States, contained only one crate of the famed Cohiba Maduro cigars during its maiden voyage. The finest, refined medio tiempo leaves that only the elite and influential could partake in. It was El Comandante Castros’ favorite cigar of choice. The remaining space in the cargo hold was filled with crates containing lush, tropical fruit….”
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|House||Fort & Manlé|
|Season/Mood||Spring, Summer, Early Autumn|
|Soundtrack||Fallen Fruit To Navigate By by Offthesky & The Humble Bee, 2020|