Amber Leaf Tobacco Reviews
Description:Amber Leaf virginia tobacco by Richard Lloyd & Sons.
Newest Review: ... the cost was just becoming too high for me to continue so I chose to change to roll ups. I have tried several brands of ... more
Customer Amber Leaf Tobacco Reviews (41)
by - written on 09/02/08 (Very useful, 2159 readings)
DISCLAIMER:I feel terrible reviewing tobacco. I few ground rules I suppose. Look kids - it ain't big and it ain't clever. I am not endorsing this stuff, even though I'm about to say nice things about it. well actually I am I suppose, but that's not the point. As a concession to a greater morality, this will be a short and to the point review of a very good product. Everyone has a favourite brand of tobacco and this is mine. I suppose rolling tobacco is divided into light and dark types and this is of the light variety. It's a golden-coloured medium-shredded affair with a good level of moisture. It's not at all tarry feeling like some of the darker brands (Yes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/08, updated on 28/02/08 (Useful, 1027 readings)
This is a fine smooth blend of virginia hand rolling tobaccos produced by Richard Lloyd & Sons. Since this tobacco has come onto the market I have never changed brand. It provides a smooth, mellow and enjoyable smoke and it's not too strong or weak, it's just right (for me anyway!). It is also not weighed down by too much moisture, as a lot of other tobaccos are, and it is the best value for money that you will get in most tobacconists in the UK. Two great features of this tobacco are the facts that you can buy a 12.5 gram pouch which comes inside a box, very much like a standard cigarette box and the fact that you get a free pack of rolling papers with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 884 readings)
Amber Leaf Finest Virginia Hand Rolling Tobacco Having tried to give up this bad habit many times, I am yet again attempting what seems like the impossible sometimes! In my endeavour to at least cut down (as well as save some money!), I have switched to Amber Leaf hand rolling tobacco which I was informed to be much more of a mild and smooth roll to others of its kind. It is also one of the cheaper hand rolling tobacco's around. Amber Leaf is available in 12.5g, (half an ounce), 25g and 50g with the prices being approximately £3, £7 and £13 respectively (rounded to the nearest pound). The packs are bright yellow with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/11, updated on 05/06/11 (Very useful, 622 readings)
Intro From time to time I try to cut down my tobacco habit, and in doing so most times I return to the good old roll up. I much prefer tailor made cigarettes, but with the ever-rising prices it definitely makes sense to switch every so often to save a wad of cash. I've tried so many times to stop with no real success, so I guess I've pretty much resigned myself to failing so now I don't try any more. Amber Leaf Amber Leaf is a Virginia tobacco blended by Richard Lloyd and sons, and it retails at around £3.12 per 12.5g packet. The packet of tobacco comes in a yellow box which is the exact same as a packet used for twenty tailor made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 1998 readings)
It's quite hard to describe Amber Leaf, as it is both a quality and terrible product. I'm a smoker, and have been for a while, and during a period of horrendous skintness, decided to try the 12.5g version of this rolling tobacco. Out of all the tobacco i've tried, I have to say I don't particularly enjoy this one very much because of the variety of the taste. Sometimes, you get a wonderous fag akin to an orgasm and then othertimes you get one that tastes foul. Also, i've had the occasional, and for me much dreaded, 'Dodgy Fag'. A 'Dodgy Fag' is a cigarette that once smoked brings on feelings on dizziness, headache and nausea. True, it doesn't happen often but ... Read the complete review
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