Part of a historic inn, restaurant, and growing retail project, the factory employs only Cuban cigar rollers who produce some 30 different types of cigars from tobacco imported from Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Dominican Republic. Meaning, Americans can bring Graycliff cigars back home — unlike the Cuban cigars found in the local duty-free shops.
Stop by for a free tour of the factory, with its 12 rolling stations and sweet scent of aged tobacco. Learn the two-year process “from leaf to lip,” and even score a free rolling lesson if you so desire. The factory also holds a smoking room.