Remaining 10% of Tobacco can be kept by farmers and they are allowed to sell it to anyone who comes to visit. Obviously, this 10% represent major income for these people, as they sell it in Convertible Pesos, which are valued 1CUC = 1USD.
These cigars are treated with special care. Leafs are scented with rum, honey or coffee. Each cigar is made up of 5 leafs, never more. We've seen the demo and it is impressive how skilled they are and I'm telling ya, scent honey in a leaf is really great, although I do not smoke.
Unfortunately, all production directly from the farms can not be branded. It is forbidden by the government of Cuba to do any kind of branding, even with a private label. Only allowed branding is the one coming from the factory in Havana.