I hear you; however, as I tell clients, the crux of reality is the acceptation of normality. We get used to our reality through the ackowledgement of what normal is, what it means. Change is inherently uncomfortable but with time, we devise justifications to learn to accept what the new normal is.
We each have our own means and ambitions, thresholds and grievances. For some of us, the idea of luxury goods being unattainable for most is a good thing as it reserves the available resources to the few. For others, the grief of feeling these goods floating above our means result in frustrations. In the end, markets settle and life goes on.
I value experiences' value based on experience and actual financial capacities. I don't daydream of things above my mean, which is predicated upon my preference for repeatability of said experiences to some extent. I've learned to let go of the 'unattainable' experiences but we all operate under different predicaments.
I doubt I'll buy Cohiba or Trinidad again; I would stop smoking cigars in public if the activity was deemed illegal (same with use of firearms for recreational purposes) but hope I can find life enjoyable regardless of uncontrollable (by me) circumstances. I doubt I'll refrain from smoking the cigars I own (never sold any) and I prefer not to see them as something to be cherished for the experience others think it should be. In my mind, once it has been paid for, its vale to me is 0$
My experience only, hope others can feel free to have their own opinions obviously 😀