Cigar Shipments to Canada

Most USA based cigar retailers will not ship products to Canada due to the complexity, legal requirements, cost and additional overhead associated with developing and managing the entire process. Tradesmen Cigar is committed to our customers and we want to give you the opportunity to purchase and enjoy your Doumitt Gold and Tradesmen products.  We hope our Canadian customers and neighbors enjoy their cigars. The below information it required to be reviewed and acknowledged to complete your order.  You will also receive an email from us requesting a confirmation of your order prior to Tradesmen Cigar shipping your order.

Below are estimated costs for purchases with USPS First Class  shipping, Canadian taxes and fees as of November 15, 2021. Your specific costs may vary.

Estimated Costs – In US Dollars $

Doumitt 10-Cigar Sampler $74.66 $25.00 $100.00 $20.00 $9.95 $179.42
Box of 20 Oro Rechoncho’s $182.60 $40.00 $150.00 $20.00 $9.95 $349.91
3-Cigar Tradesmen Sampler $24.71 $20.00 $30.00 $20.00 $9.95 $99.21

Paid at time of Purchase
Paid at time of Pickup at customers local UK Royal Post Office (Approximate costs)

Canadian Customs

Tradesmen Cigar will comply with all customs declaration documentation laws for tobacco shipments from the US to Canada. Tradesmen Cigar will not misstate or under-declare the contents or value of any package. Any customs duties, taxes, and all affiliated fees imposed by Canada must be paid by the recipient you the buyer.

Tradesmen Cigar will record the actual cigar count and NET weight of the cigars in your shipment on the customs form. This extra step will record the accurate weight for the Canadian Customs officials to accurately calculate any excise taxes based on the total cigar weight and not the weight of any wooden boxes or packing material. Additionally, Tradesmen Cigar will include a detailed packing sheet inside the package as well as one in a shipping envelop affixed to the outside of your shipment; these additional steps may reduce your fees and may prevent or reduce the time the package is held in customs for inspection.

USPS Shipping

To control cost to you, retain tracking and provide insurance we use United States Postal Service (USPS) First Class Postage.

  1. First Class USPS : Typically transit time is between 10-21 days from Tradesmen Cigar. First Class provides basic tracking services which you will automatically receive via email upon shipment of your order from Tradesmen Cigar. No Insurance is provided.
    • Cost for First Class USPS ranges from $22.00 – $40.00 USD dependent upon items and quantities ordered.
    • Free shipping does not apply for international orders

Tradesmen Cigar does not make any profit from shipping. We have researched all available shipping options and USPS offers the best combination of service and price.

Proper Humidity While in Shipment

All orders of Sampler packs will be shipped with Boveda 2-Way Humidity Control packs which will last long after your order arrives at your Canadian address, you will continue to take advantage of the self-regulating 69% humidity control properties for months after your product arrives. Be assured your cigars will be shipped and packaged to the highest quality possible. Tradesmen Cigar uses the highest quality humidity control available on the market today in all shipments. Go to to learn more.

Lost Shipments

Upon confirmation of acceptance by the USPS, Tradesmen Cigar relinquishes control and responsibility of your order. Tradesmen Cigar will do its best to assist in the recovery of your order if on the very rare occasion is lost or destroyed in transit. However, your order is being shipped FOB Shipping Point and legal ownership of your order transfers to you, the buyer upon acceptance by the USPS. Tradesmen Cigar will not replace any lost shipments. Tradesmen Cigar will assist in tracking and submission of documentation for insurance purposes to ultimately replace any lost or destroyed shipment.

  • Tobacco importations into Canada are not eligible for the $20CDN duty and tax exemption or as gifts. The Canada Boarder Services Agency (CBSA) will assess duties and taxes on all tobacco products.No Duty Free exists for cigars being shipped to Canada.
  • For more information about Canadian customs and duty requirements go to