When the cigar boom hit in the nineties, most cigar shop humidors were nearly bare, so those stores scrambled to find cigars to put on their shelves. They looked to every country they could think of until they found a brand from the Philippines - Double Happiness. They were short-filler cigars with a Connecticut Shade wrapper and weren't particularly pretty, but they were only a couple of bucks apiece, and during the boom, that was a bargain.
The brand disappeared after the rush was over, then it came back as a Dominican cigar, and faded away again. Well, guess what! Double Happiness Cazadores are back and they're the original cigar from the Philippines. even better, they're now only a shade above a buck a stick. They're not going to all burn perfectly straight, and they're super mellow, but sometimes that's just what you want. This is a kind of cigar that's ideal for yard work or a brisk walk, and you won't shed too many tears if it goes over the side of the boat at only $1.20, so grab some Double Happiness Cazadores when you're looking for smooth and affordable