Few days ago, Longoni posted on its Facebook page an announcement about they will stop using Cocobolo in their production cues. Does anyone know the reasons? Is there any prohibition with this wood? A Quality or economic issue?
I'm not convinced the juice is worth the squeeze any more with it. Seems like no matter how hard I try it finds it's way into my system.Toxicity is easily taken care of by using proper masks etc. Main issue is its getting harder to get. Its been on the CITES list since '17.
So does this make my all Cocobolo Lucasi cue worth more?Thank you guys, I’ve been reading several articles about this issue, so I’m amazed about how the price has increased recently. In fact, one post is entitled “Cocobolo: A fine wood more valuable than coke”
I have one of your cocobolo cues.I'm not convinced the juice is worth the squeeze any more with it. Seems like no matter how hard I try it finds it's way into my system.
I love cocobolo and have about 200 nice pieces in stock. They may sit there for the rest of time. Well I did buy so much because I saw the supply writing on the wall. My allergies were not anticipated.