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AMBER LEAF, CHEAP BUT GOOD
Amber Leaf Tobacco
Member Name: Angel690
Amber Leaf Tobacco
Advantages: Cheap, mild smoke
Disadvantages: HIGHLY ADDICTIVE
AMBER LEAF TOBACCO
Before I write this review, I would like to state that I hope im not encouraging anybody who reads this to smoke, It is a disgusting habit, which I have tried unsuccessfully to give up 3 times without any luck, although I will be trying again in the new year
Amber leaf tobacco is available in 3 different sizes, these are 12.5g, 25g and 50g, It is available to buy in most newsagents, corner shops and supermarkets which sell tobacco products.
Amber leaf tobacco comes in a yellow pouch which on the front has a picture of leafs and white writing, stating the make of the product.
It also comes with a picture and a warning ( an example is - smoking when pregnant harms baby) it also has in large writing that smoking kills.
Each pouch is heat sealed to keep the tobacco fresh and moist, so that it does not dry out to quickly, Each pouch also comes with a pack of 50 rizzlas, You can now also purchase pouches that come with filters.
In my local shop a 12.5g pouch sells for £3.67, a 25g pouch sells for £7.57 and a 50g pouch sells for £14.79
As I have stated by writing this review I do hope i am not encouraging anyone to start smoking, as it is a bad habit and I myself find it disgusting.
But unfortently I do smoke and have to say that this is my preferred choice of tobacco as I find that it is mild and to strong tasting, I actually find it to have a slight sweet taste to it.
It is also cheaper than most tobacco brands and easy to roll and smoke, I find that from a 12.5g pouch I get approx 35-40 rolls and this lasts me between 2-3 days
Summary: MY PREFERRED CHOICE OF TOBACCO