Double Happiness Cazadores Toro (6.0"x50) Pack of 50
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Double the happiness, for a fraction of the cost!

If you enjoy cigars, you’ve had a Dominican cigar. You’ve probably also had some from Nicaragua, Honduras, the US, and maybe even Cuba (gasp!). But have you ever had a cigar from the Philippines? The island nation started cranking out premium handmade cigars about two decades ago, and they’re certainly making a mark with brands like Double Happiness!

The Double Happiness Cazadores isn’t the fanciest cigar in the world. You won’t need to wear a white glove and cut it with a solid gold cutter. What it is, however, is a solid, great tasting golden Connecticut wrapped short-filler cigar that’s perfect with your morning coffee or yardwork. Sold in super economical 50 count bundles for just pennies a stick, there’s no better way to get such great mellow-bodied gems for such a low price.

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Toro (6.0"x50)
Pack of 50In Stock$150.00
save $90.0160% off
Overall Rating4 out of 5 Based on 2 Ratings

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Great everyday cigars
Great everyday cigars
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A great bang for the buck cigar and priced to pass them out with your fishing buddies!
Back in the late 90's and early 2000's I found these to be a very solid and enjoyable smoke perfect for yard-work and fishing. The cost back then was about $2 a stick which was a deal back then but geeze, at this price how can one pass this up? Don't be afraid of Philippine cigars, just because you have not heard about them does not mean they are not good, Years ago the world never knew about California wines but after the word got out, the world knows what Cali can offer. Same goes with Pennsylvania and New York wines, the quality is there but not as expensive as the Cali wines. The same can be said for cigars from the Philippines, everyone knows DR, Cuba etc. but you pay for the big name. Now we can enjoy a solid cigar from some little known maker. The cigars are not perfect and there will be a few duds and others may look a bit ragged, but these cigars are made for the times when the cigar may fall into the trout stream or the paint pan and you wont get upset losing a $10-15 big name stick. Go buy pack and put some in your fishing vest and pass out the rest to your buddies. Now go out enjoy the day with one of these little treasures! Crapgame