Ok, maybe these are not the cigars you break out at a retirement party, but I break one out twice a day. Since they are machine made short filler cigars, allow me to compare them to Garcia y Vega... They taste way better. A little stronger, but smoother. A little nutty and sweet, but not artificially so. The only downside I see with these is that they do require a humidor. I just built a bigger one.
to me this were very harsh cigars, draw was ok, burn not bad, dont think I would not buy again.
For the prices they re asking for these its really worth it. You get a robust flavor, 15-20 minute burn time, and a good strong draw. They re not the prettiest things and on numerous occasions I had to explain that NO this is not a BLUNT, its a cigarillo. But overall worth the price and I m purchasing them again. The only gripe I have with them is I think when they re left out they get really stale, to the point you can barely smoke them because the smoke is so harsh. I would suggest putting them in some other box when you get them, I left them in the box and by the last row they were really tough to get through, definitely not a morning smoke! So keep them fresh!
Taste good, but the cigar box is super ugly and useless and the cigars came without cellophane, which makes the cigars dry out very quickly. I prefer Victor Sinclair Cigarillos or Romeo y Julieta 1875 Romeos over Hatchetfish any day for the better packaging, structure, price comparison and easiness to carry a cigar around before smoking.