If they are flying back to the States is this not a pretty risky item to be bringing in the luggage?
From first hand experience as I have a home in Jamaica as well as in the U.S.
In Jamaica I can buy the best fresh Cuban cigars legally. $8 for a Coheba that lasts a half a day.
As 'Dont gag me yo' posted in another thread that U.S. Customs were nice and let his Cuban cigars slide.
They were nice to me once too for bringing in five Cuban Cohevas. (15 years ago)
They let me put the $500 USD fine on my credit card. First offense.
Second offense is being banned from travel to Jamaica for life.
So I think 'Dont gag me' is full of little green apples.
As for Jamaicans Blue Mountain coffee you can buy fresh beans off the farms for about $40 per kilo and
allowed to bring $600 worth back duty free legally. Most likely the same from Poland.
It sells for $80 per kilo in the U.S.
I have met some really cool Polish people in Jamaica.
They shocked me as they spoke perfect English.