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A distinctive flavour
Member Name: fox_and_duck
Advantages: Very cheap, came with free papers, and has a good flavour
Disadvantages: Some of my friends found the flavour sour and bitter
This was the brand that I used for my very first rollies, I was sick of the prices that you had to pay for a pack of cigarettes because the duty is so high. So I went for this, namely because in the local off liscence it had 10g trial packs for around £2, which lasted forever since I only smoke every so often rather than every day. You're saving a lot of money by switching to roll ups.
Some people find the taste of this a little bitter and sour, but I really quite like the taste, it's got a lot of flavour in comparison to pre rolled ciggarettes, and it's really distinctive, compared to Golden Virginia, it's less smooth, but thats the way I prefer it. The pack also came with free papers which was a lovely bonus and saved further money.
So if you're of age, and you fancy giving rolling a go, I'm fairly certain that you'll find Amber Leaf an improvement to your standard cigarettes, you also have better control over how much tabacco you put in your rollup, so if you're trying to cut down then this is a good step.
Summary: Makes a good quality roll up.