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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 11:42:35 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174555
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Which country you've been too has had the best ciggies (also what brand/name were they?)?
IIRC the only cigarettes I've heard spoken about in tones of awe are Japanese cigs and Dunhill cigarettes (though I guess those aren't made anymore?)
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Fucking Nepperhall - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 01:23:42 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174556 Reply
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Dunhills are very much being made.
They are in every store in Europe. I heard they're not in the US.
It's still the smoothest hitting cigarette ever. Unbelievable. You can have a horrible sore throat and they still go down smooth. No kidding.
The flavor is nothing special to me tho.
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Thomas Greenstone - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 21:22:14 EST 4BGZ0Ybr No.174557 Reply
>>174556
By any chance do you know the nicotine content of Black Dunhills? I read somewhere (gyakorikérdések.hu ;) ) that it's 0,9 mgs. If that's true, then you are 100% right Dunhill being smooth. Damn, a few times I smoked it without the filter and even then it didn't come close to something like a Red Marlboro in terms of harshness. Although that's not a fair comparison because Red Marlboro is really harsh and a pretty meh cig. At least the actual tobacco in it has a very nice smell before you light the cigarette.

Also OP's pic is making me really jealous and angry. 640 yen for all that good stuff? Here in Hungary tobacco prices are so inflated that you should be happy if you can get from the equivalent of that money in HUF one Fuse Beyond and a pre-packaged coffee from some supermarket (and no, not a bougie-ass looking one like in the picture) No wonder a lot of people smuggle cigarettes from Ukraine. You can get normal packs of Marlboro for third the price (reminder that this is after the "merchants" took a flat slice for themselves) if you know the right people/places. And I still haven't mentioned bigger packs of factory-rolled cigarettes or clickers which are of course banned and now they are going to ban the remaining non-clicker flavoured cigarettes and all flavoured cigarillos (which escaped the 2016 ban till now).
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Ebenezer Dramblewater - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 21:29:08 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174558 Reply
>>174557
Magyar vagyok énis.
Dunhill has 10, 0,9, 10 CO2, nicotine, and tar. It used to be labeled on the package back in the day, but its not anymore. It's on the limit for how strong a cigarette can be in the European Union. Yet it has the smoothest taste. They must be doing something right with it.
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Gary Fartlicker - Tue, 21 Jan 2020 20:44:06 EST C2SQ4ajT No.174559 Reply
>>174555
Japan by far, took a trip there when I turned 19, MEVIUS Blueberry. Best tasting cigarette I've ever had and I believe those don't kill your lungs like some other cigarettes in the United States.>>174555
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Cyril Pickspear - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 07:34:12 EST 941c4P/q No.174567 Reply
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I'm actually going to Japan next week and am very much looking forward to marb grape menthols, and softpack filtered lucky strikes
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Fucking Saffingwill - Sun, 09 Feb 2020 16:43:44 EST dsP1nGpr No.174573 Reply
japan is king when it comes to cigarettes
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Shitting Fanfuck - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 06:18:27 EST nnD7hNVg No.174574 Reply
I am Canadian. Our darts are rather tame compared to the American cigarettes my buddy brought from across the border. Marlboro Reds were incredible.

I've tried smokeless tobacco from Canada, Sweden, and the United States, and although the dip from the USA has the highest concentration of carcinogens, they are by far the finest products out there. The chemicals and poisons tobacco companies include in their products enhance the experience in some way.

Is best to use sparingly, but dirty, chemical-laden American products are my favourite.

I want to travel to the US as a commercial tourist and buy some American smokes, Fluorinated amphetamines, and PCP analogues.
I just wish I could safely get them back across the border to Canada with me :( Sadly, dogs at customs would smell my drugs that aren't tobacco. But still. I want me Marlboro Reds, American Spirits, Camels, Lucky Stripes, and Djarum Blacks.
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Misse - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 02:30:58 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174577 Reply
>>174574
>sadly dogs at customs would smell my drugs
Get a kayak?
Circle around the border seaside, pack it in one of those waterproof bags and weigh it down so it doesnt float, pull it behind you underwater. Then as long as they don't notice it, you are safe even for a light search.
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PP - Sun, 26 Dec 2021 01:59:24 EST bkoWWxTB No.175033 Reply
>>174555
Smoking Davidoff Classic/Gold/Menthol never gets old.
Smoking Davidoff is so better than any other cigarette.
Davidoff the brand that makes the other cigarettes all look like jovial jew tampons with bandaids on it.
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Basil Fumblestire - Tue, 04 Jan 2022 21:05:28 EST Q4yXoUNO No.175037 Reply
I smoke dick
User is currently banned from all boards
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Edward Worthingshaw - Wed, 16 Feb 2022 14:20:58 EST eFJKyXe8 No.175045 Reply
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>>175037
Nothing worse than running out of Cuban cigars back to the factory smokes it is

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