We walked in and immediately saw the women and men making hundreds of cigars by hand, from freshly dries leaves, and knew we found our place. We were offered a cigar right off the assembly line while we sat in the typical Granada rocking chair, next to a colorful toucan, watching the cigar making process unfold. The cigars are fresh, tasty, and not very expensive. They have a few varieties, all available at Doña Elba. They have a tobacco farm just outside of town on the road to Mombacho.
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